Monument / Point de repère
Bicentennial Mall State Park
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A must do if you can: Go to Bicentennial Park during the day and find the circle of bells. Every 15 minutes they play a song, but on each hour they play the Tennessee Waltz and then chime the hour... listen closely though -- after the final chime, the bell tower on the Capitol building will respond…
Nice park next to Capitol Hill, has a lot of monuments dedicated to history of the city. Visit the Nashville Farmer’s Market right next door. Lots of lunch food and local buys!
Located in the heart of downtown in the shadow of TN State Capitol. Contains 200-foot-wide granite map of TN . Wonderful Park for a nice stroll – TN state Museum and Farmer’s Market located at the same area.
It is a place where we find what is the history of World War I and II, all the people who died at that time and even the culture of that time, the people who sang among others.
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