Murfreeze Boro is a city in the Nashville metropolitan area in central Tennessee. It is the largest suburb of Nashville and the sixth largest city in Tennessee. Since the 1990s, Marfrozen Boro is one of the fastest growing major cities in Tennessee and one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Marfrozen Boro is the home of the Middle Tennessee State University, the second largest university in Tennessee, and in 2014 it has nearly 23,000 students.
There is a population center in Tennessee and a geographical center in Tennessee.
The new county of Rutherford County was established in 1811 and named after the revolutionary war hero Colonel Hardy Murfrey. As the Tennessee settlement expanded westward, the capital of Knoxville became inconvenient for new people. In 1818, Murfreesboro was designated as the capital of Tennessee and its population increased rapidly. Eight years later, however, Nashville was replaced.
Around the end of 1862, during the American Civil War, the Battle of the Stones River, also called the Battle of Murfreesboro, was held near the city. In the great battle from December 31 to January 2, 1863, the opposing army killed and injured 23,515 people. It was one of the most brutal battles in the war. The Stones River National Battlefield is now a national historic site.
General William Roselkans of Union chose Murfreesboro as his supply-post. The Roseclan Fortress, two miles (3.2 km) northwest of the town, was a fort worth about 225 acres (0.91 km²). They are the largest built during the war. Inside the fort was a large distribution hub, and it included saw factories, warehouses, stone coffin repair shops, ammunition warehouses and residential areas of 2,000 men who were handling and guarding these plants. It was completed in June 1863. The main part of the battle still exists and is incorporated into the battle field.
After the war, Murfreesboro, which was mainly a rural community, became the base of several universities and schools and was called the 'Athens of Tennessee.' As a result of World War II, Marfreeze Boro was diversified into industries, manufacturing and education. Since then, growth has been steadily progressing, creating a stable economy.
Murfreeze-Boro had a huge growth in housing and commerce, and its population doubled between 1990 and 2010. The city was the destination of many immigrants leaving the war-affected area. Since 1990, many Iraqi Somalis and Kurds have been living there.
The climate of Marfrozen Boro is in the sun, so it is humid, and there are many warm winter and hot and wet summer.
Murfriesboro has walked several times along a destructive tornado. In 2009, the EF4 tornado hit Murfrisborough's interval. As a result, two people died and 41 others were injured. 117 houses were completely destroyed, and 292 houses were badly damaged.
It is 34 miles (55 kilometers) southeast of Nashville City.
Murfreesboro is provided by Nashville International Airport (IATA code BNA), Smyrna Airport (MQY), and Murfreesboro Micinal Airport (MBT).
Several expressways run through the city, including 24 interstate and 840 interstate. System 41,70S,231 USA; and State Route 1, 2, 10, 96, 99, 268.
- From the airport - Follow the Interstate 24 East sign and follow the instructions from the Nashville:
- From Nashville to Exit 76, turn left to Medical Center Parkway. Turn left at Thompson lane. Turn left at the entrance to the 1563N park. Thompson lane. I'll go to the visitor center as the tour road goes.
- From Chattanooga to Exit 76, turn right to Medical Center Parkway. Turn left at Thompson lane. Turn left at the entrance to the 1563N park. Thompson lane. I'll go to the visitor center as the tour road goes.
- From Knoxville (Interstate 40) - Move EXIT 235 to TN 840. Use the 55 EXIT on the US 41/TN 70 and follow the Murfreesboro sign. Turn right to the Thompson lane and proceed at the first traffic light. Turn right at the park entrance at 1563N. Thompson lane. I'll go to the visitor center as the tour road goes.
The public transportation system in Marfrisborough has nine small buses, each carrying 16 people and two chairs. The system is called the Rover, and the bus is bright green, with a Rover and an animated dog painted beside it. As of 2019, buses are operated in seven main corridors. Memorial Boulevard, Gateway, Old Fort Parkway, South Church Street, Mercury Boulevard, Highland Street, West Side Loop.
One-way fare is 1 dollar for adults, 0.50 dollars for people 6-16-65 years of age and free for people under 6 years of age. M-F 6AM-6PM runs.
- The town square and the old courts are just one of the six government buildings that are still in use today before the Civil War.
- Kannonsberg Village 1, 312 S. Front☏ Street, +1 615-890-0355. The historic village of Kannonzborough represents the 1830s and 1930s, during the early 100 years of Tennessee. In the village, there are some pioneering interests such as mill-works, school buildings, telephone companies, university buildings, lehman houses, museums, kevases, wedding chapel, doctor's office, miscellaneous goods shops, blacksmiths, wells, and others. Guided Automated Tours are free and you can enjoy guided tours at a small price. At the visitor center, a variety of products are available, including postcards, T-shirts, snacks, drinks, and souvenirs. Freedom.
- 2 Stones River National Battlefield, 1563 North Thompson Plane, +1 615-893-9501. Sunrise - Sunset, open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Stones River National Battlefield is a national park commemorating the Battle of the Stones River that took place during the Civil War from December 31 to January 3, 1862. The grounds include the Museum, National Cemetery, Monuments, and Large Earthworks Ruins called the Roseclan Fortress.
- The Marfrozen Boro Center of Arts, near the square, enjoys various exhibits, plays, concerts, dances and magic shows.
- Murfreesboro Little Theater offers a popular alternative form of theater art to the community.
- The International Fork Festival in Marfrisborough is held every June in the second week. Groups from all over the world participate in the festival and perform traditional songs and dances while wearing local costumes.
- The Discovery Center at Merfrey Spring is a natural center, an experienced museum that centers on children and families. The facility contains 20 acres (8ha) of wetlands, including various animals.
- The Bradley Academy Museum houses collections and exhibits of the first school in Rutherford County. The school became the only African-American school in Marfreesboro, which was closed in 1955.
- The Oaklands Museum of History is a 19th-century museum that was embroiled in the Civil War.
- Earth Experience: The China Tennessee Museum is the only natural history museum in China. The museum will exhibit more than 2,000 items, including complete copies of the Tiranosaur skeleton.
- Main Street is a jazz festival in May, respectively.
- It's a non-profit music festival called Boro Fondo, which features both bicycle tours and local artists.
- Central Blue Raiders, Tennessee ☏+1 615-898-5281. August April: 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; May 7: 8:00-4:30. The sport at Mid-Tennessee State University is one of the most striking anomalies in the city. The blue Radars will compete at a U.S. conference for 17 NCAA Division I sports (8 men, 9 women). Like most universities, soccer and men's basketball are the most popular sports. The most important venues are all on campus, especially Floyd Stadium (the home of football and the central MT ticket office) and Murphy Center (basketball).
- Uncle Dave Macon Days makes Uncle Dave Macon's music tradition famous. This July's annual event includes the national convention of old music and dancing.
- The former Fort Park is a 50-acre park that includes a baseball field, a tennis court, a children's playground, an 18-hole golf course, a picnic shelter, and a bicycle path.
- Barfield Crescent Park is a 430-acre facility with eight baseball fields, a seven-mile (11 km) viking running trail, an 18-hole winning disk golf course and a 10-picnic shelter.
- Marfrozen Boro Greenway System is a green road system with 12-mile (19 km) paved roads and 11 climbing roads.
- Stones River Mall I-24 East exit 78b. A well-populated mall with shops and restaurants such as Forever 21, Aéropostale, Journey's, Hot Topic, Agaci, Dillard, Backl, Books-a-Millon, Olive Garden, and Mler's Ale Houe Houe.
- The Avenue Murfreesboro is an outdoor lifestyle center, including American Eagle, Hollister, Best Buy, Belk, Petco, Dick's Sporting Goods, Express, Mimi's Cafe, and Rong Horn Steakhouse.
- The historic downtown area of Marfrozen Boro offers a variety of shopping and eating experiences surrounding courts before the Civil War.
- Chop house, Norston Psonley☏, +1 615-849-9339. In a warm and friendly environment, Marfreeze Boro likes to eat wonderful steak and chops.
- Donut Province 1311 Commemorative Money +1 615-3129(TN☏City Marfysborough). Mom is open 24 hours a day and pop donuts.
- A gentleman Jim (also called a Lindneck Jim) can drink eight kikker drinks on East Main Street.
- Slick pig 1920. Main St (from the exit of Nashville to exit 81, towards Murfreesboro, not Shelville). Go straight to the square in town. Enter the square and walk around the roundabout until you reach E. Main Point; Down. Main; Right), ☏+1 615-890-3583. For people who like meat, food is a great old barbecue restaurant. Just down the road, you'll find a BBQ at the Clean/Redneck Jim store and come in for the Ass Kicker and three dollar pitchers.
- Ramada Limited 1855. Church ☏, +1 615-896-5080.
- Vista Inn Suites 118 Westgate ☏ Toto Blvd, +1 615-848-9030.
- Select Inn, 2424 S. Church St, +1 615-896-5522, [email protected]✉). Check In: 3PM, Check Out: 11:00 a.m
Many Murfreesboro phone numbers are +1 615 plus seven digits, but today, the region consists of two area codes and +1 629 is the second area code. Currently, a local or in-state phone call must dial all ten digits of the local number (except for the first +1 from the local phone).
Many existing company signboards may still display the original 7-digit number. If you don't see the area code, dial 615.
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