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Greeneville is a town located in the United States of America. Beautiful Greeneville is the county seat of Greene County, Tennessee. Greeneville has in present 15.000 residents and an area of 15 square miles. The city was established by Europeans in the late 18th century. Greeneville was the capital of Franklin State, before the state was torn apart in the 18th century. It was also home to a strong abolitionist movement at the beginning of the 19th century. Back to present - the economy of the town is based on two major companies which have their headquarters in Greeneville - Greenbank and Landair Corporation. If you want to visit the city, there are a lot of historical places to see in Greeneville.

Top Attractions within Greeneville

First Presbyterian Church of Greeneville was raised in 1780 under the leadership of reverend Hezekiah Balch and Samuel Doak. The imposing church is still used today and the interiors were restored recently.

Andrew Johnson National Historic Site is also located in Greeneville. The large area includes not only two of the houses of the 17th president of the United States of America, but also his tailor shop, a statue and his grave site inside the area of the Andrew Johnsons National Cemetery, where the remains of his wife and sons are interred, too. The area is a National Historic Site since December 11, 1963.

Depot Street is a historical street of Greeneville located in the historic district of the town. You can walk on the street and admire buildings raised in the early years of the city, by the first settlers.

The Greeneville Sun is a newspaper of the city and its headquarter is located inside a historic building. The newspaper is extremely important in the history of Greeneville, being established since 1879 and appearing daily since then.

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