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  2. Geography of Tennessee - Wikipedia

    Most of the state is considered part of the Upland South, and the eastern third is part of Appalachia. [1] Tennessee covers roughly 42,143 square miles (109,150 km 2 ), of which 926 square miles (2,400 km 2 ), or 2.2%, is water. It is the 16th smallest state in terms of land area. The state is about 440 miles (710 km) long from east to west and ...

  3. List of counties in Tennessee - Wikipedia

    Counties of Tennessee. There are 95 counties in the U.S. State of Tennessee. As of 2023, Shelby County was both Tennessee's most populous county, with 910,042 residents, and the largest county in area, covering an area of 755 sq mi (1,955 km 2 ). The least populous county was Pickett County (5,128) and the smallest in area was Trousdale County ...

  4. Tennessee Valley - Wikipedia

    Map of the Tennessee Watershed. The Tennessee Valley is the drainage basin of the Tennessee River and is largely within the U.S. state of Tennessee. It stretches from southwest Kentucky to north Alabama and from northeast Mississippi to the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina. The border of the valley is known as the Tennessee Valley Divide.

  5. Blount County, Tennessee - Wikipedia,_Tennessee

    Blount County, Tennessee. /  35.69°N 83.93°W  / 35.69; -83.93. Blount County is a county located in the East Tennessee Grand Division of the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of the 2020 census, its population was 135,280. [2] The county seat is Maryville, [3] which is also the county's largest city. Blount County is included in the Knoxville ...

  6. Springfield, Tennessee - Wikipedia,_Tennessee

    Springfield, Tennessee. Location of Springfield in Robertson County, Tennessee. /  36.49944°N 86.87861°W  / 36.49944; -86.87861. Springfield is the county seat of Robertson County, Tennessee, United States. [7] It is located in Middle Tennessee near the northern border of the state. As of the 2020 census, the city's population was 18,782.

  7. Cleveland, Tennessee - Wikipedia,_Tennessee

    Cleveland is the county seat of, and largest city in, Bradley County, Tennessee. The population was 47,356 at the 2020 census. It is the principal city of the Cleveland metropolitan area, Tennessee (consisting of Bradley and neighboring Polk County), which is included in the Chattanooga–Cleveland–Dalton, TN–GA–AL Combined Statistical Area.

  8. Watts Bar Lake - Wikipedia

    72.4 mi (117 km) Surface area. 39,000 acres (16,000 ha; 61 sq mi) Max. depth. 108 ft (33 m) Surface elevation. 741 feet (226 m) Map all coordinates using OpenStreetMap. Watts Bar Lake is a reservoir on the Tennessee River created by Watts Bar Dam as part of the Tennessee Valley Authority system.

  9. Sparta, Tennessee - Wikipedia,_Tennessee

    GNIS feature ID. 1269179 [2] Website. spartatn .com. Sparta is a city in and the county seat of White County, [5] Tennessee, United States. The population was 5,001 in 2020. [6] The Calfkiller River flows through the city. Seven sites in Sparta are listed on the National Register of Historic Places .