• Boaz Albert

Centennial Park

Updated: May 16, 2020

Centennial Park is an urban park in the center of Nashville. In the middle of the park, an accurate replica of the Parthenon of Athens was built in 1897. God knows why. Today it serves as an art museum. We came to the park in the afternoon, so we missed the opening hours. But it is an impressive building from the outside too. The park hosts some statues and monuments, like the statue of the City's founder and the monument called The Women Suffering (tell the story of those who fought for women's right to vote – and won). An old locomotive that used to lead trains from Tennessee to St. Louis stands as a memory in his corner. A lake with ducks and the beautiful blossoms complement the pleasant atmosphere and make it ideal for an enjoyable afternoon stroll.

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