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The Golden Triangle is an economic region in Kentucky which contains most of the state's population, wealth and economic growth. In 2005 the Triangle had an estimated population of 2,253,876; which is 54% of Kentucky's population on 22% of the state's land area. The area refers to the triangular shaped area outlined by Lexington, Louisville and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky.
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- "Nine of top 10 Kentucky schools in 'America's Most Challenging' located in Golden Triangle". KyForward. 18 April 2013. Retrieved 23 August 2014.
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