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One of Nashville's oldest neighborhoods is the quaint and lovely Germantown which sits just north of downtown and spans a grand total of 18 city blocks. Germantown was designated as a historic community by the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 and features many attractions such as the Nashville Farmer's Market, the Tennessee State Museum, First Horizons Park and the beautiful Bicentennial Park. Germantown is known not just for its walkable brick sidewalks and classic victorian charm but also for the number of great restaurants that call the neighborhood home. The neighborhood is called Germantown because of the many European immigrants who moved here in the late 19th and early 20th century.
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