When you think of Tennessee, you think of two cities in particular – Memphis and Nashville. The music and the history of those cities alone is enough for an entire state, but there’s actually a lot more to this great southern state.
Tennessee has much more to offer, especially when you look at the smaller, more suburban and rural cities. There’s a lot to see in Tennessee outside the two music capitals. Here are 20 great smaller cities in Tennessee that you might not know about, but you should investigate further.
Bell Buckle was ranked #7 of the Top 20 Cities in Tennessee in this May 2015 article. Read what they had to say about Bell Buckle, and if you would like to read the rest of the article, visit http://www.citiesjournal.com/top-14-small-cities-in-tennessee/7/ – See more at: http://tourism.bellbucklechamber.com/?p=944#sthash.KOA61Acz.dpuf

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