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Knoxville, Tennessee: Centaur of Tennessee (Gone)

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Directions:
In Hodges Library, on the campus of the University of Tennessee. I-40 exit 387. Drive south on 17th St., through several traffic lights, for a half-mile. When you enter campus the road splits; bear right and drive up a small hill. At the top of the hill turn left onto Melrose Ave. You'll see the library straight ahead. There's free half-hour parking on the left just before you reach the library. Once inside, ask at the front desk for directions to the centaur.
Hours:
Taken off display in 2023.
Admission:
Free
Status:
Gone

Centaur of Tennessee.

Centaur of Tennessee

Unearthed in Greece in 1981, and displayed at the University of Tennessee beginning in 1994. "It is the best preserved and most complete centaurian specimen yet found." Taken off display in 2023.

Roadsideamerica.com Report... [02/26/2017]

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Centaur of Tennessee

Unfortunately, as of November 2023, the centaur has been removed from the library, and its current location is unknown to the library staff.

[Ken Grace, 11/07/2023]

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