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Fayetteville, TN 37334-2664
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Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Tennessee
While in Tennessee, you might enjoy a visit to:
Former World's Largest Country Store closed in 1950, was revived as a museum/soda fountain in 2006 to remind of the convenience of buying your ice cream sundaes and child-size coffins in the same building.
Nathaniel Bedford Forrest was a Confederate general, and a big honcho with the early KKK. The statue was erected by the lawyer who defended the assassin of Martin Luther King Jr. Aesthetically and politically incorrect.
A hillside cluster of miniature versions of the world's most famous religious buildings, constructed over 50 years by a monk.
Chilean-born artist Pedro P Silva created this long, colorful sculpture of a dragon - sea serpent, which its humps emerging from the surface of the public park.
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