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Tennessee Bicentennial Mall
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The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is a 19 acre park located just north of the Tennessee State Capitol building, seen on the hill in the distance. It was fashioned after the Mall in Washington DC and was built to celebrate the 200th year anniversary of state of Tennessee.

This panorama was made at the center of the Court of 3 Stars on a cold winter evening. There are 50 large Greek style columns that contain a 95 bell carillon that represent Tennessee’s 95 counties. These are the largest carillons in the world and play part of the "Tennessee Waltz" every 15 minutes, and the complete song each hour.

Copyright: Larry beasley
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上传: 20/01/2011
更新: 28/08/2014
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