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Nashville - The downtown area of Nashville is a collage of interesting architecture, honky tonks, neon signs, industrial zones, historical landmarks, great food and a plethora of music.
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Set of railroad tracks in the Gulch area of Downtown Nashville.
Railroad tracks run between building in Nashville's Gulch area.
This wall notifies visitors that the are entering the "Honky Tonk" zone of Nashville.
View from Downtown towards East Nashville on the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge.
Alleyway off of Broadway in Nashville, TN
View of the world famous Printers Alley in Nashville, TN
The Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge
Rotiers Restaurant sign
Bourbon Street Blues Bar in Printers Alley.
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