Grand Ole Opry House added to National Register of Historic Places

Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville.

Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville. Image by nola.agent / CC BY 2.0

Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House, actually the sixth home of the famous weekly country music radio show - the Grand Ole Opry - has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The house was constructed in 1972-74 and, at the time, was the largest broadcast studio in the world. The announcement means the building will be preserved as a cultural resource. Read more: usatoday.com

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