Where is Paducah, Kentucky?
The area described here includes the counties McCracken, Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Livingston and Marshall with the cities of Paducah, Mayfield and Murray. It is located in the Western part of Kentucky.
What County is Paducah?
Paducah is located at the confluence of Ohio and Tennessee. The settlement was founded in 1815 as a joint settlement of Whites and Indians. In 1827, the discovery of Clark ended the peaceful coexistence. The city was founded in 1830.
First industries were a brickworks and an iron hammer. In 1948 a uranium-enrichment plant was put into operation. Since 1991, the city has been known as the Quilt capital of the world. Murray is considered one of the birthplace of the radio by the research of Nathan B. Stubblefield. The city of Mayfield is one of the poorest places in Kentucky.
Clarksville TN 151 km, Nashville TN 230 km, Chicago IL 541 km
in Kentucky: Henderson, Hopkinsville
in Illinois: Metropolis
in Missouri: Sikeston
in Tennessee: Clarksville, Union City
Flights to Paducah
There are no direct flights from Europe to Paducah.
From Frankfurt and Munich, Paducah is reached with a one-time change with Lufthansa and United via Chicago.
From Vienna there is a connection with Austrian / United via Chicago.
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