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It might be a few centuries too late, but Rome is finally taking over Nashville, Tennessee. Rome: City and Empire at the Frist Center will display more than 200 of the British Museum's Roman objects that tell the dramatic story of how Rome grew from a cluster of small villages into a mighty empire that reigned for more than 500 years.

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Several U.S. states emphasize civil rights trails commemorating key people and places playing a pivotal role in shifting the course of history by advancing social justice in the 1950s and 1960s. The civil rights movement did not recognize state divisions, however; now, a new resource unifies civil rights sites.

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New Orleans, Louisiana, has a lot to celebrate in 2018: The year marks the 300th birthday of the port city's rich history, alluring culture and rollicking celebrations.

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Have your groups ever wondered where Bigfoot lived? (Have you?) The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) is on his trail. BFRO's team of volunteer Bigfoot researchers, archivists and investigators offer a comprehensive database of credible sightings and other relatable reports in the United States in Canada.

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Columbus, the 15th-largest city in the country (right behind San Francisco), is a smart and open community with dynamic and engaging offerings guaranteed to fit the needs of every group. Unforgettable experiences, distinct neighborhoods, and one-of-a-kind tours are guaranteed to surprise and delight guests of all ages.

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