Beginning in 1927, the Grand Ole Opry, broadcast on NBC Radio. It found a permanent home at the Ryman Auditorium in 1943 and remained there until 1974 where it moved to its current location. In 2010, the Cumberland River breached its banks and caused flooding at the Grand Ole Opry House. It was restored and remains a quintessential character in the story of Country Music. ⠀
It was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 2015. ⠀
🇺🇸 YAPHANK, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - This “Adolf Hitler Strasse” was a street through “Camp Siegfried,” a summer camp of the German American Bund in Yaphank, Long Island, New York, 1930s.