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Centennial Park Crafts Fair, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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An early May crafts fair in Centennial Park. The park was opened for the 1897 Nashville centennial celebration. Many pavilions and exhibits were constructed for the celebration, including a full size replica of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. The Parthenon building was saved by the people of Nashville and is a major landmark of the city.

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