Known as one of the Â“prettiest of Tennessee'Â’s country towns,Â” Lebanon was founded in 1801 on land with a gushing spring and a grove of red cedars. It was those cedars that gave the city its name, a reminder of the biblical Land of Cedars. Lebanon is rich in history and culture and its town square, listed on the National Historic Register, is home to many antique, gift and collectible stores.
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