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Looking SE from 6th Ave. North Roundabout at Carillon, 1/2 block south of Jefferson St:

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Looking east from 6th Ave. North Roundabout at Carillon, 1/2 block south of Jefferson St:

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Looking NE from 6th Ave. North Roundabout at Carillon, 1/2 block south of Jefferson St:

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Looking SE from intersection of Jefferson St. and 6th Ave. North:

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Looking SW from intersection of Jefferson St. and 5th Ave. North:

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Looking NW from intersection of 5th Ave. North and Jackson St:

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I saw the model of the the eventual new Tennessee State Library and Archives building at the present location recently, and realized we don't have a thread for this beautiful new structure yet.  Still

More pics from my tour on Monday.  Grand Reading Room: Another of the interactive digital touch screens with maps over the centuries: Top

I received a tour of the Tennessee State Library and Archive yesterday.  Such a handsome structure inside and out, with top-of-the-line tech being utilized.   Here is the first half of my photos.  Mor

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Looking NW from intersection of 5th Ave. North and Jackson St:

Tenn State Library, Jan 12, 2020, 1.jpg

Looking NE from 6th Ave. North, 1 block south of Jefferson St:

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Looking NE from Carillon Roundabout on 6th Ave. North, 1/2 block south of Jefferson St:

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Looking east from Carillon Roundabout on 6th Ave. North, 1/2 block south of Jefferson St:

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Looking SE from Carillon Roundabout on 6th Ave. North, 1/2 block south of Jefferson St:

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Looking SE from intersection of Jefferson St. and 6th Ave. North:

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Looking SW from intersection of Jefferson St. and 5th Ave. North:

Tenn State Library, Jan 12, 2020, 8.jpg

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On 12/7/2017 at 6:32 PM, BnaBreaker said:

First the state museum, then the US Courthouse, now the Tennessee State Library... we might see West End Summit and City Center 2 rising some upcoming random Thursday at this rate!  lol

Looking back at this, and we’ve gotten 4 of 5 of these out of the ground. 

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On 4/16/2020 at 4:05 PM, downtownresident said:

All we need now is a State Natural History Museum(or something similar ran by a private organization) built just to the south of this building and Bicentennial Mall will be complete. It’s already a great destination with the farmers market, the Mall itself, and the State Museum. 

Definitely. I have been wishing for a natural history museum or art institution ever since they announced the State Museum here. The State Museum has a little of both in its collection, but not enough to do either the service they deserve.

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