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Lawrenceburg is located in Anderson County (of which it is the county seat) west of Lexington between Frankfort and Harrodsburg along US Highway 127 near Taylorsville Lake and Beaver Lake. The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 7,949, an increase of 2,038 since 1990.


Boulevard Wild Turkey Distillery |
Public Libraries Anderson County Public Library |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Birdwhistell and Perry Auction and Realty Company | Location: Lawrenceburg Kentucky 40342

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