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What's the deal with Nashville’s perfect replica of the Parthenon?

by Christy Ulmet

Nashville is very proud to be known the “Athens of the South,” a fact that at least partially explains rather unexpected full-scale replica of The Parthenon in the city’s West End neighborhood.  207 more words

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Johnny Cash Museum

by Christy Ulmet

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In a city brimming with fascinating venues and exhibits celebrating the lives of icons, the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville stands out for its depth. 296 more words

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World Most visited Tourist Attractions

Travel+Leisure came out with the World’s Most-Visited Tourist Attraction {for the list and explanation of the tally, check out their website here}. As I have been travelling around for a bit, I wanted to see how far I would get on this list. 41 more words

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A Journey to Persia

I saw this beautiful book surfing the net today. Iran attracts many curiosity today but she also made it centuries ago. Here is an example of this many travellers amazed by Persian culture and history, 303 more words

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Ryman Auditorium official tour and history

by Christy Ulmet

The Ryman Auditorium, the fifth home of the Grand Ole Opry radio show and the birthplace of bluegrass music, is irrefutably a Nashville icon. 346 more words

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Nashville’s most over-the-top hotel

by Christy Ulmet

Like a city within a city, Nashville’s massive Gaylord Opryland Hotel comes with “everything in one place,” as its official slogan states. Clocking in with almost 3,000 rooms, 20 restaurants, and covering more than 700,000 square feet of meeting space, the idea behind this resort is that guests can have everything they need under a single roof. 296 more words

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Centennial Park in Nashville: what to see and do

by Christy Ulmet

In Nashville’s West End neighborhood, on a jot of farmland down the road from the neon-lit honky-tonk bars, sits one of the city’s greatest treasures. 317 more words

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