Largest Cities in Tennessee

Tennessee is the name of both a state and a river in the United States. The state of Tennessee lies between Mississippi and Appalachane, abbreviated TN or Tenn. It is 109,153 kmĀ² and has about 6.4 million inhabitants.

The capital is Nashville, while the largest city is Memphis. Tennessee has an extensive mining industry, with a particular emphasis on pyrite, phosphate and coal, and other important industries are agriculture, including cotton and tobacco, and animal husbandry. Tennessee became a state in 1796. He was called the Volunteer State. The Tennessee River has a length of about 1100 km. She comes from Appalachian and ends up in Ohio.

Biggest Cities of Tennessee by Population

Rank City State Population
1 Memphis TN 647000
2 Knoxville TN 178985
3 Chattanooga TN 167785
4 Clarksville TN 133040
5 Murfreesboro TN 108866
6 Jackson TN 65322
7 Johnson City TN 63263
8 Franklin TN 62598
9 Bartlett TN 54724
10 Hendersonville TN 51483
11 Kingsport TN 48316
12 Cleveland TN 41396
13 Germantown TN 38955
14 Brentwood TN 37171
15 Columbia TN 34792

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