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Is there a casino close to Nashville, Tenn.?

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The closest casino to Nashville, Tenn., is Harrah's Metropolis located on the Ohio River in southern Illinois. This location is about a 100 mile drive from the center of Nashville.

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Harrah's Metropolis is one of a number of Harrah's casinos that are located all over the United States. Harrah's Metropolis is a casino and hotel combination. This location includes a steak house and pet stay program that are available to guests. A person can check for promotions, events and availability for this location on the Harrah's web page. Photos of the rooms are also available on the web page. Guests are asked to log in to the web page in order to book a stay.

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