Which formal region is Memphis Tennessee in?
Tennessee is in the South Region. The Tennessee Constitution defines the state's three "Grand Divisions" as being East, Middle, and West Tennessee. Memphis is in the West Grand Division.
The city is Memphis. It is on the Mississippi River near the tri-state border with Arkansas and Mississippi. Memphis is the second largest city in Tennessee. It is located in Southwest Tennessee. Memphis is the large city in southwest Tennessee. Memphis Memphis is a city in the southwestern corner of Tennessee. It is the largest city in Tennessee. Memphis is the largest city in southwest Tennessee and the 2nd largest city in Tennessee. The U.S…
Tennessee is divided into three main regions, represented by the three stars on its flag: West Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and East Tennessee. These regions are separated geographically, culturally, and even constitutionally. Each region has a major city: Memphis in West Tennessee, Nashville in Middle Tennessee, and Knoxville in East Tennessee.
Tennessee is located in southeast United States. The U.S. Census Bureau designates 4 Regions in the United States. Tennessee is in the South Region. The Census Bureau's South Region includes 3 divisions - South Atlantic, East South Central, and West South Central. Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, and Mississippi are in the East South Central Division.
The University of Tennessee is a large public university in Knoxville, Tennessee. It also has campuses in Chattanooga, Martin and Memphis. Vanderbilt is a major private university in Nashville. Other significant schools include Tennessee State University in Nashville; Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro; and University of Memphis in Memphis.