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Nashville is the capital of the state of Tennessee, in the United States, and the administrative headquarters of Davidson County. It is the second most populous city in the state; ahead is the city of Memphis. It is located on the banks of the Cumberland River, in Davidson County, in the north-central part of the state. It is usually known as "Music City, USA", (City of Music) since Nashville has an important record industry. But it has long been referred to as the "Athens of the South", due to its educational institutions and its neoclassical architecture. There are several other industrial sectors which contribute to the city's economy, including health, publishing, banking, and transportation.
In addition to being the county seat, Nashville itself has a consolidated government with Davidson County. (A city-county or city-county government.) The city-county government includes seven minor municipalities in a two-tier system. Some responsibilities are exercised by the municipalities themselves while others are specific to the city-county government. The population figure in the city-county of Nashville-Davidson was estimated at 626,681 for the year 2010, according to the United States Census Bureau. In the same year, the population of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes 13 counties, was estimated at 1,582,264. So the metropolitan area is the largest in the state of Tennessee.
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Stay Alfred on Rolling Mill Hill
Nashville TN Vacation Rentals
Stay Alfred at 505
Arts District-Downtown-King+Sleeper-5 Stars
Our selection of Hotels in Nashville
Studio 154 Luxury Hotel
Aloft Nashville West End ★★★
Dream Nashville ★★★★
The Westin Nashville ★★★★
Nissan Stadium (Nashville)
The Nissan Stadium is a multipurpose stadium located in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, United States. It is mainly used for football and is the home of the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL) and the Tennessee State Tigers of Tennessee State University.
The Nissan Stadium is located on the east bank of the Cumberland River, and has a capacity of 69,143 seats. His first event was a preseason game between the Titans and the Atlanta Falcons on August 27, 1999. Since its opening in 1999, it has been known by several names, including Adelphia Coliseum 1999-2002, The Coliseum 2002-2006, and LP Field 2006-2015.
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Lofts at 30th North
JURNY's Nashville Herman Street 4 Bedroom Apartments
Sonder — Elliston Suites
Stratford Ave apartment & yard 6 miles to downtown
Our selection of Hotels in Nissan Stadium (Nashville)
Quality Inn Nashville Downtown - Stadium ★★
Home2 Suites Nashville Airport
Club Wyndham Nashville ★★★
Homewood Suites Nashville Airport ★★★
Country Museum and Hall of Fame
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a museum whose mission is to document the history of country music and honor its main artists. Inside the museum is the Hall of Fame as such, which consists of a set of honorary plates of the main and most famous figures of country music, as well as prominent personalities in American vernacular music. Members are appointed by the Country Music Association.
The CMA announced the creation of the Country Hall of Fame in 1961. The first three to enter it, Jimmie Rodgers, Fred Rose and Hank Williams, were announced in November of that year. Roy Acuff, the first live artist who joined the Hall of Fame, was elected in 1962.
Become a place of worship, in 2015 alone it received more than one million visitors. It is located in Nashville (Tennessee, United States) and is located at 222 Fifth Avenue South. His website is www.countrymusichalloffame.org.