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While in Tennessee, you might enjoy a visit to:
The tall, skinny, nearly nude Native stands. Home-built, maybe 25 feet tall, with tense hands and a "Whatever, dude," expression.
The suburban ranch-style home where the King lived starting in 1956, before he bought Graceland. A plaque next to the driveway gate tells the story.
An engraved rock marks the spot where Cline's country music career ended abruptly on March 5, 1963, in a plane crash.
Features the archaeological discoveries of Ron Wyatt, which include Noah's Ark, Sodom and Gomorrah, and the spot where Moses parted the Red Sea.
An enduring Gatlinburg religious attraction, voluntarily expelled in January 2008 to make way for development.
Where Elvis and his parents first lived when they moved to Memphis. Maintained with furnishings and fixtures circa 1951. Available for rent!
Opened on May 1, 1982 as part of the Knoxville World's Fair. Its tower was originally painted blue so that gold reflector ball on top would appear more sunlike.
A highlight of the Jack Daniel's Distillery tour; he kicked the safe and the infection from his damaged toe soon killed him.
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