Printer's Alley

In 1916 a catastrophic fire destroyed more than 700 buildings in east Nashville. Glimpses of the historic downtown remain along Printer's Alley and in the glass-roofed 1903 Arcade (between 4th & 5th Aves.), which now houses shops and restaurants.

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