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Historic Rugby, Tennessee
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View of The Rugby Visitor Centre & Theatre and The Rugby Schoolhouse

Rugby is located atop the Cumberland Plateau in East Tennessee. It is a restored Victorian village founded in 1880 by English author Thomas Hughes. Twenty of the original sixty-five buildings still stand as both a living community and a fascinating public historic site, unspoiled by modern development.

   More information @ http://www.historicrugby.org

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