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Great Article! Fall foliage drive, hike tour | Nooga.com

Great Article! Fall foliage drive, hike tour | Nooga.com

Covenant College

Covenant College

Downtown Chattanooga | Chattanooga, TN : Downtown Chattanooga from the Cumberland Trail photo ...

Downtown Chattanooga | Chattanooga, TN : Downtown Chattanooga from the Cumberland Trail photo ...

Cloudland Canyon, Chattanooga  Cumberland Plateau, TN, USA. I want to go see this place one day. Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Cloudland Canyon, Chattanooga Cumberland Plateau, TN, USA. I want to go see this place one day. Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Sunset rock, chattanooga TN

Sunset rock, chattanooga TN

Found my image on a blog titled "15 Beautiful Places to Travel in Tennessee" How fun!

15 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Tennessee

Found my image on a blog titled "15 Beautiful Places to Travel in Tennessee" How fun!

Welcoming Autumn to the Smoky Mountains: Autumn is the perfect season for taking a vacation in the Smokies because of the vibrantly colored leaves that shine on Smoky Mountain trees! The Great Smoky Mountains are a perfect place to gaze at the beauty of Fall. At the higher elevations, displays of color can begin as early as the middle of September.

Welcoming Autumn to the Smoky Mountains: Autumn is the perfect season for taking a vacation in the Smokies because of the vibrantly colored leaves that shine on Smoky Mountain trees! The Great Smoky Mountains are a perfect place to gaze at the beauty of Fall. At the higher elevations, displays of color can begin as early as the middle of September.

This park was commissioned on August 19, 1890, making it the nation's first and largest National Military Park. Stroll the grounds on the free self-guided tour and you'll see cannons and monuments to soldiers on both sides. Or go the museum, where you can get a guided tour, examine the Fuller gun collection, and watch a movie about one of the longest and bloodiest battles fought during the Civil War.

This park was commissioned on August 19, 1890, making it the nation's first and largest National Military Park. Stroll the grounds on the free self-guided tour and you'll see cannons and monuments to soldiers on both sides. Or go the museum, where you can get a guided tour, examine the Fuller gun collection, and watch a movie about one of the longest and bloodiest battles fought during the Civil War.

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