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Tennessee is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. It offers a glorious kaleidoscopic view of American culture, music and geographical landscape as it is situated amidst eight states, and is bounded by the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River. The state is home to an extensive Rock and Roll music heritage led by Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash, and you would be courted to a bewildering range of historical buildings and museums in the state capital Nashville. A star attraction here is the Great Smoky Mountains (also called the 'Smokies'), a national park that offers a glorious range of natural attractions and related flora and fauna. Tennessee shares a special relation with the abrupt end of the Second World War, as one of its cities, the Oak Ridge was home to uranium enrichment facilities that had helped the country build its first atomic bomb and decimate the Imperial Japanese might.

The Smoky Mountains National Park

The Smoky Mountains National Park is situated between Tennessee and North Carolina, and is about 30 minutes ride from Knoxville. The famous national park is one of the largest protected areas in the United States and attars a large number of visitors every year for its diverse range of flora and fauna. It also has a superb 800 mile long hiking trail for the more adventurous souls in addition to some picture-perfect sites for camping, fishing, auto touring and horseback riding.

Graceland

Graceland is the former home of music legend Elvis Presley and is the second most visited house in the United States after White House. The numero uno pilgrimage for music buffs, this house in Memphis contains private airplanes, cars, motorcycles, and some personal items of the music maestro. You can top this scintillating experience by visiting here in early August during the Elvis Week (or the Death Week) to attend a candlelight vigil and some events related to Elvis.

Sun Studio

Nicknamed the ‘birthplace of Rock and Roll Music’, the Sun Studio is a recording studio opened by Rock-and-Roll pioneer Sam Phillips in Memphis in 1950. It is regarded as the launching pad of professional careers of several music artists like Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash etc. It now sports a museum that is centrally hallmarked for its part where an 18.5 year old Elvis Presley had recorded his blockbusters ‘My Happiness’ and ‘That's When Your Heartaches Begin’ after his high-school graduation during 1960s.