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Knoxville is East Tennessee’s centrally located metropolitan and cultural center, providing residents and visitors easy access to McGhee Tyson Airport as well as to Interstates 40, 75 and 81. The city boasts a below average cost of living and is rich in culture and Southern hospitality.

Even though Knoxville is a small city, it offers theater, opera, symphony, ballet, and zoo normally associated with large capital cities. Covering the range from fast food to four-star, the city has the most restaurants per capita for any city its size. The presence of a major university (University of Tennessee) always provides a cultural stimulus within the surrounding area. Knoxville has become an important center for health care, medical education and research. Knoxville’s eight major medical facilities are continuously extending their services and expanding their facilities.

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