Nashville, Tennessee needs no introduction. Famous throughout the world as the capital of country music, it is the home of the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame, and after New York, the second biggest center for the music industry in the United States. Located along the Cumberland River, the city also has a rich history with numerous sites for visitors such as Fort Nashborough, a reconstruction of the original 18th century settlement, the restored Civil War era Fort Negley, the Parthenon, a 19th century reconstruction of the Greek original, inspired by the city’s sobriquet “the Athens of the South”, the Tennessee state museum, and the Hermitage, the Greek Revival home of president Andrew Jackson among others. With its varied entertainment scene and sophisticated dining, Nashville has a diverse interest that will appeal to all.
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