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Downtown Presbyterian Church

In 1838, Jackson became an official member of the First Presbyterian Church, later to become the Downtown Presbyterian Church. The current structure was built in 1848, 3 years after Jackson's death after the previous one burned down.

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The former home of the Grand Ole Opry for over four decades until 1974, Ryman Auditorium is at the heart of Nashville's country music history.
Johnny Cash Museum
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Printers Alley
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Andrew Jackson Statue
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Hermitage Hotel
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Andrew Jackson
American general and seventh president of the United States elected from Tennessee.

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