Knoxville offers much to see and hear, but now even more to taste

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — From high atop the Sunsphere —Knoxville’s architectural wonder that was the symbol of the 1982 World’s Fair — I dizzyingly walk around the circular observation deck of the hexagonal tower, taking in the 360-degree view without getting too close to the reflective glass panes that enclose the disco ball-like structure.

I don’t like tall buildings, but with the gold dust-layered Sunsphere, I’ve made an exception just for the panoramic scenery.


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