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Can you answer these questions about the fine city of Louisville?

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Louisville is the largest city in this state. 
The city is part of this county, named after a US president. 
Louisville is located on this major waterway. 
The symbol of the city is this stylized floral design, frequently associated with French royalty. 
Louisville was named after this king of France. 
The mascot of the University of Louisville is this common American bird. 
The University of Louisville has won this number of NCAA Men's Basketball championships. 
The Louisville Bats are a minor league baseball affiliate of this major league franchise. 
Louisville was home to this two-time American Basketball Association championship team. 
The Kentucky Derby is run annually at this fabled racecourse. 
Pop Culture
Thunder Over Louisville, a celebration during the run-up to the Kentucky Derby, is the largest annual display of this type in North America. 
A downtown museum dedicated to this historic baseball bat manufacturer features a 120-foot-tall replica of a bat used by Babe Ruth. 
Louisville is the original home of a traveling festival celebrating this 1998 cult film starring Jeff Bridges. 
The majority of these reflective spheres, which reached the height of their popularity in the 1970's, were manufactured in Louisville. 
Louisville natives Mildred and Patty Hill composed this song that you have likely had sung to you once a year since you were born. 
Famous People
This iconic boxer, once known as the Louisville Lip, was born in Louisville with the name Cassius Clay. 
This Republican Senator and current Senate Majority Leader moved to Louisville as a teenager and held his first elected office there. 
Louisville is the birthplace of this actress who won an Academy Award for her role in Silver Linings Playbook. 
This military hero and 12th President of the United States grew up in Louisville and is buried there. 
This Louisville native became the first Jewish member of the US Supreme Court following his nomination by Woodrow Wilson. 
The first successful transplant of this body part happened at Louisville's Jewish Hospital in 1999. 
The headquarters for this Fortune 500 company, the parent company of Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut, is located in Louisville. 
John Schnatter, better known as this, started his pizza empire in Louisville, and it is still headquartered there. 
The National Spelling Bee was first organized in 1925 by this Louisville newspaper. 
The three largest parks in Louisville, and several smaller ones, were designed by this famed designer of Central Park in New York. 

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