The state of Tennessee experiences snowfall. While Tennessee generally experiences mild winters, it can experience extreme changes in climate. This is due to the state's location, with the eastern portion of Tennessee in... More »

As of 2013, Memphis is the largest city in the state of Tennessee, with a reported population of 653,450. It is also the 20th largest city in the United States and the largest city on the Mississippi River. More »

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While there are many facets to Tennessee, the state is perhaps best known for Nashville, country music and the Grand Ole Opry. Tennessee's nickname is the Volunteer State because of the state's volunteer soldiers during ... More »

The state of Tennessee has had thousands of mayors in its history. Some of the most notable mayors of the state are John J. Duncan Sr., Phil Bredensen, Joseph Coleman, Bill Purcell, Karl Dean, Marcus Winchester, A C Whar... More »

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The capital of Tennessee is Nashville, while the largest city is Memphis. Nashville is situated along the Cumberland River in North Central Tennessee, within Davidson County, with an area of about 530 square miles. The c... More »

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Townsend, Tenn. is a small town located in Blount County in southeastern Tennessee. It sits at the base of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The 2010 U.S. census reported Townsend had a population of 448. More »

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The climate in Tennessee is predominantly mild, with the state experiencing moderate summers and winters. Early spring tends to be the wettest while fall is the driest season. More »