Nashville has a striking skyline, with its mix of new high-rises and historic buildings. Incidentally, the skyscraper with the pointy-looking "ears" belongs to AT&T, but locals call it like they see it (the Batman Building). Although downtown Nashville was built around the Cumberland River, the city's sprawl extends for miles in all directions. Outlying areas include beautiful farmland, scenic parks and lakes, and rolling foothills that hint of the Appalachians in the eastern part of the state.
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