Glen Lily, Kentucky

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Glen Lily, Kentucky
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Coordinates: 37°18′28″N85°47′40″W / 37.30778°N 85.79444°W / 37.30778; -85.79444 Coordinates: 37°18′28″N85°47′40″W / 37.30778°N 85.79444°W / 37.30778; -85.79444
Country United States
State Kentucky
County Hart
630 ft (190 m)
Time zone UTC-6 (Central (CST))
  Summer (DST) UTC-5 (CST)
GNIS feature ID508096 [1]

Glen Lily is an unincorporated community in Hart County, Kentucky, United States.

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