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Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, also known as the Bicentennial Mall is an urban state park located in downtown Nashville Tennessee. See Map on left the park is located northwest of the Tennessee State Capitol building and was opened on June 1, 1996, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the establishment of Tennessee's statehood.
Visitors can learn more about Tennessee history through Bicentennial Mall's featured design elements and discover Tennessee's natural attractions and landmarks. Like looking at giant maps? A giant granite map Measuring 200-foot (60 m) wide known as the Tennessee Map Plaza is situated at the the southern end of the park. It's a map of the state highlighting its counties, rivers, major roads, and other attributes. Below it are eight smaller granite maps to show other information about the state. Love Rivers? The Rivers of Tennessee Fountains feature 31 water fountains representing the major rivers and waterways of the state.
Love an Ampitheater? The central feature of the park is the Tennessee Amphitheater, a 2000-seat terraced ampitheater used for special events. It sits empty most of the time and can be a lovely place for a small wedding.
Pillars to the sky. The northern end of the park features the Court of 3 Stars, a circular plaza made of red, white, and blue granite representing the three Grand Divisions of Tennessee. The Grand Divisions are three geographic regions in the U.S. state of Tennessee and each constituting roughly one-third of the state's land area, that are geographically, culturally, legally, and economically distinct. The Grand Divisions are legally recognized in the state constitution and state law and are represented on the flag of Tennessee by three prominent stars.
Stretching between the Amphitheater and the Court of 3 Stars is tree-lined linear lawn, which features four main walking paths and several memorials. The two inner walkways make up the Path of Volunteers; each is 1,400 feet (430 m) long and were built with 17,000 inscribed pavers. The eastern outer path is the Walkway of Counties, designed to represent the topography of the Grand Divisions and featuring flora from across the state. Time Capsules from each county are throughout the walk from each county, which will not be opened until the state's 300th birthday on July 1, 2096. The western outer path is the Pathway of History, containing a 1,400-foot (430 m) wall inscribed with the state's history. Also to the west of the lawn are the Civilian Conservation Corps Memorial, the World War II Memorial, the Centennial Memorial, and the Statehood Memorial.
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Lovers of beauty, majesty and history will enjoy Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park for a wedding ceremony.