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    (1779- )
    Capital and second largest city of Tennessee
    Population of city was 569,891 (2000)
    Population of metro area was around 1.3 million (2000)
    Located on the Cumberland River
    Home of the NFL's Tennessee Titans and the NHL's Nashville Predators
    Home of the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Vanderbilt University
    Nickname is 'Music City USA'
    It is the center of a genre reviled by many: country music.
    It was where the Great Train Wreck of 1918, the deadliest rail accident in U.S. history, occurred.
    Its main sports arena was called 'Gaylord Entertainment Center.'
    It was home to the Opryland USA theme park that closed down in 1997.
    A rare urban tornado struck its downtown (1998).
    Some Nashvillians have an intense hatred of Memphis.
    It was the springboard for Al Gore and Bill Frist's political careers.

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