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Symbols of Memphis

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1: Memphis Pyramid | Built in 1991 and Closed in 2004 Sixth Largest Pyramid in the World Will reopen as a Bass Pro Shop Megastore and Hotel in 2013

2: The Old Bridge | Cantilever and Through Truss bridge Opened December 17, 1949 Carries Interstate 55

3: The New Bridge | Through Arch Bridge Opened August 2, 1973 Carries Interstate 40

4: Memphis Dining

7: Memphis Sports

8: The Magic of Memphis Music

13: Graceland Home to Elvis Presley until his death on August 16, 1977. It became a museum in 1982, and is the third most visited private home in the U.S.

15: The National Civil Rights Museum at The Lorraine Hotel opened in 1991 to give the Public an Understanding of The Civil Rights Movement.

16: Memphis Trolley has been operating rehabilitated vintage street cars since 1993. | Memphis Zoo opened in 1906 and is home to more than 3,500 animals including Pandas.

17: The Original Hotel Opened in 1869 and Closed in 1923. The Hotel that is here today was rebuilt in 1925. Home to the famous marching ducks since 1932.

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  • Title: Symbols of Memphis
  • A Photo Tour of Symbols of Memphis.
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