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Located three hours east of Nashville in the geographical center of the eastern U.S., Knoxville is the largest city in Tennessee. Knoxville has positioned itself in recent years as a repository of Appalachian culture and it is one of the gateways to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville’s most popular attractions include shopping, historic sites, sporting events, restaurants and nightlife. The Old City is home to exceptional shops, cafes and clubs playing music ranging from rock to jazz to the blues. Those interested in history can visit the Blount Mansion, the home of the only territorial governor of the Southwest Territory, the East Tennessee Historical Society Museum, and the Confederate Cemetery and the Knoxville National Cemetery, where over 2,500 Civil War soldiers were laid to rest fighting for the Confederate and Union armies, respectively. When the University of Tennessee is in session, it is not unusual to see orange fans all over Knoxville on football and basketball game days.