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About Memphis

Written by Ysmay.

Located on the border of Tennessee and Arkansas, Memphis is perhaps best known for it's blues culture. Larger than the state capital, Nashville, Memphis is the largest city in the state of Tennessee.

Many people are familiar with Memphis because of Interstate 40, a well travelled trucking route that runs from East to West, that one can get on easily in Memphis and drive all the way to California.

A diverse community, religious centres of many religions can be found in Memphis including Buddhist, Catholic, Hindi, Jewish, Muslim. and Presbyterian.

Many unique events can be found in Memphis including the Beale Street Music Festival and The World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest.

If you're heading out to Memphis for a visit before you move, we recommend Hotelopia and HotelTravel.com for a broad choice of hotels and discounted rates.

Population: 652,050*
Average Commute Time: 21.6 minutes**
Average Household Income:
* 2011 Census
** 2009 Census

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