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In 1810, the town was incorporated by the state assembly and given its current name. Bardstown is located in central Kentucky at . It lies within a few miles of three major regional cities: Louisville (to the north), Lexington (to the east), and Frankfort (to the southwest). The city also sits on one of two major land routes from Indiana to Tennessee, via I-65. Bardstown is situated along U.S. Route 150; it intersects with Interstate 65 about 10 miles south of town near Mount Washington State Park and Shelbyville Road exit 15 off I-65 leads directly into downtown Bardstown as well as several other exits that connect to US 150 or KY 55 which runs through eastern Nelson County before entering Oldham County where it ends at US 62 just outside La Grange, KY.. Another important road in Bardstown's history was an Indian trail called Nemacolin's Path connecting Fort Pitt with points westward which became known during pioneer days as "The Wilderness Road".