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Review for Hogan's Husky Heroes by Laura
Rating: 5 Rating
I have had 2 HHH rescued dogs! Just losses my beloved Sera! She was the love of our family. We really miss her!
Review for Imagine Vegan Cafe by Anonymous
Rating: 4 Rating
This is a family owned and run place with lots of vegan food options. I always enjoy coming to this restaurant, knowing that they are not going to kill any ..
Pros: Everything is vegan. Family owned. Cool location. So many options to choose from. Kid friendly.
Cons: Parking is not that great. Sometimes they don't have everything on the menu, which is rare, but it happens.
Review for BEST Real Estate Company by Anonymous
Rating: 1 Rating
Kaye Thompson is a such a joy to work with! She provides great customer service and really works to take care of you! I am so glad that ..
Pros: VERY AFFORDABLE!!! Customized skincare regimen that fits your needs! Fast Delivery of product! Allows you to try all the products before you buy them! Can ship all ..
Cons: None what so ever!

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About Germantown

Germantown, Tennessee is only 15.3 miles southeast of Memphis, and it is worth the short drive to visit the town that calls itself "one of the safest, most beautiful cities in the Mid-South." It is also said to have the lowest crime rate in the state of any city its size. There are interesting places to visit such as Fort Germantown (marking the spot with cannons to commemorate where a fort was built by Union troops during the Civil War), Wolf River Nature Area (with butterfly gardens, plant and animal displays, picnic areas, etc.), a railroad depot and tracks built in 1948 replicating the 1868 original, large horse farms, and more. Annual events include the Charity Horse Show in June and the arts and crafts Germantown Festival in September.The Germantown Performing Arts Center has an intimate hall that easily creates a "circular response" by the audience. Settlers founded Germantown in 1825, which was originally known as Pea Ridge until the name was changed in 1836 to Germantown because of the growing German population. The population escalated from 400 in 1950 to 40,000 in 1999.

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