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Brief Information About Nashville


Nashville-Davidson is the state capital of Tennessee. It is the second-largest city in Tennessee and is located in the north-central part of the state on the Cumberland River.

James Robertson and John Donelson founded a settlement at Big Salt Lick by the Cumberland River at the present site of the city. They built forts on both sides of the river, naming one of them Fort Nashborough in honor of Francis Nash, a Revolutionary War general. In 1784, the town was named Nashville, and it was incorporated as a city in 1806.

Nashville became the capital of Tennessee in 1843. It merged with the county to become Nashville-Davidson.

The city is a port of entry and an important industrial and commercial center serving the Upper South. Its economy is based on a number of industries, including automobiles, apparel, publishing, insurance, and banking. Health care services are the largest sector, but Nashville is best known for its music industry. It is a major recording center, especially for country music and is home to the Grand Ole Opry.

Nashville is home to several religious organizations.It is a major tourist attraction and convention center.Some of the  eminent institutions of higher education include Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, and the Tennessee State University.







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