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In Nashville you can visit places like Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Willie Nelson Museum, Gibson Bluegrass Showcase or Nashville
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Nashville is the capital of Tennessee, in the United States, and the administrative seat of Davidson County. It is the second most populous city of the state, ahead lies the city of Memphis. On the banks of the Cumberland River in Davidson County in the north central part of the state. It is often known as "Music City, USA" (Music City) as a major Nashville recording industry has. But long since has been called the "Athens of the South" because of its educational institutions and its neoclassical architecture. There are several other industries that contribute to the economy of the city, including health, publishing, banking and transport. Besides being the county seat, Nashville itself has a consolidated government with Davidson County. (A government 'city-county "or city-county.) The government of the city-county includes seven smaller municipalities in a two-tier system. Some responsibilities are exercised by the municipalities themselves while others are specific to the government of the city-county. The number of people in the city, Nashville-Davidson County was estimated at 626,681 by the year 2010.1 according to the Census Bureau of the United States. In the same year, the population of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area in which includes 13 counties, was estimated at 1.582.264.2 So the Metropolitan Area is the largest in the state of Tennessee. The city was founded by James Robertson, John Donelson, and a group from Watauga in 1779. At first, it was called Fort Nashborough, a name inspired by the revolutionary war hero of the United States, "Francis Nash." After a few years the city grew rapidly for being a river port and a convenient location. Then became an important railway center. In 1806, Nashville became a municipality and administrative headquarters of Davidson County. In 1843, it became the capital of the State of Tennessee.
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Frist Center for the Visual Arts
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Gibson Bluegrass Showcase
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Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
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The District
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Tennessee State Museum
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State Capitol
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