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Lower Broadway at First Avenue. The Hard Rock Café, Riverfront Park, and LP Field (the home of the Tennessee Titans NFL football team) are clearly visible. The area between First Avenue and Fifth Avenue is the main tourist area, with many clubs offering live music. Restaurants, as well as shops selling boots, guitars, and souvenirs line the main and side streets.

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Uploaded: 03/03/2012
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