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1. Capital of the state of Tennessee; located in the north central part of the state; known for country music; Also called: capital of Tennessee.
2. City in Arkansas (USA); zip code 71852.
3. City in Georgia (USA); zip code 31639.
4. City in Illinois (USA); zip code 62263.
5. City in Kansas (USA); zip code 67112.
6. Town in Indiana (USA); zip code 47448.
7. Town in North Carolina (USA); zip code 27856.
8. Village in Michigan (USA); zip code 49073.
9. Village in Ohio (USA).
Port on the Cumberland River and capital of Tennessee, US; It is a banking and commercial center, and has large printing, music-publishing, and recording industries.
Nashville was settled 1779. The Confederate army was defeated here 1864. From 1963 it has been officially called Nashvill-Davidson city.
Nashville is the capital of country music and the birthplace of the “Nashville sound”, and there are many printing and music-publishing firms and recording studios. Grand Ole Opry, the oldest radio show in the United States, started here 1925, and is broadcast from Opry US. RCA Studio B, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Ryman Auditorium and Museum (home of Grand Ole Opry 1943–74), are here. Most of the Bibles in the United States are printed here, and it is the headquarters of the United Methodist Publishing House, and of the United Methodist Church and the Southern Baptist Convention.
There are many old buildings; Fort Nashborough 1779, the log fort of the first settlers, has been recreated, and Travelers Rest is a 1792 mansion. There are 19th century buildings in the Historic Second Avenue Business District. The Downtown Presbyterian Church dates from around 1857 and is in the Egyptian Revival style. Belmont Mansion is an Italianate 1850s villa, and the Belle Meade Mansion 1853, a Greek Revival house and horsebreeding estate, is the former site of the Iroquois, the oldest amateur steeplechase in the United States. The Andrew Jackson Center is at the Hermitage, President Jackson’s mansion, and his burial place. Nashville is sometimes known as the “Athens of the South”; in Centeenial Park there is an exact replica of the Parthenon, dating from 1897. It has many educational institutions, including Fisk University, Vanderbilt University, and Belmont College. The Tennesee Botanical Gardens are at Cheekwood.