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Which City In Tennessee?

Name these Tennessee cities based on their starting letter and a description.
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Last updated: April 29, 2020
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Description
Letter
City
Host of the 1982 World's Fair also known as the International Energy Exposition
K
Knoxville
Suburb of above established in 1942 as a production site for the Manhattan Project
O
Oak Ridge
Home of legendary Sun Studio where Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash recorded albums at
M
Memphis
5th Largest city known for The Customs House Museum, a Victorian building from 1898
C
Clarksville
Capital city known for Country Music and legendary venue "Grand Ole Opry"
N
Nashville
Suburb of above that is a key site for historical homes and the American Civil War
F
Franklin
Historical mountain town known for many hiking trails and museums
J
Johnson City
River town famous for the largest freshwater aquarium in the world.
C
Chattanooga
Suburb home to Stones River National Battlefield and MTSU
M
Murfreesboro
Touristy town known as the Gateway to The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
G
Gatlinburg
City on the Holston River, The head of navigation for the Tennesse Valley
K
Kingsport
Home of Carl Perkins, Considered the home of Rockabilly Music.
J
Jackson
Home of Tennessee Tech University, Commonly known as "Cream City"
C
Cookeville
City on Tennessee-Virginia border, Considered the "Birthplace of Country Music"
B
Bristol
Despite being the home of Jack Daniels, This city is in the dry county of Moore
L
Lynchburg
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