Guitar Shaped Swimming Pool

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That folks have swimming pools in their yards is no surprise or unusual fact. But when they are uniquely shaped for instance as guitars it could be unusual enough to appeal to visitors. For instance Spence Manor utilized to be a hotel of suites that was once famous for having Elvis Priestley as being a guest there although he was recording music in Tennessee.

The building is correct across the street from Country Music Hall of Fame, so the owner at that time thought it would be a good concept to construct a pool that was shaped like a guitar in order to appeal to tourist to come and visit. Nowadays it just belongs for the complex of condominiums and could be utilized by those who live there. Nonetheless it is famous all over the country and quite a few movie folks from Hollywood came here to shoot a couple of sequences for their films.

Ye architecture is perfect and in detail due to the fact you can find even the chords and also the image of that round opening within the guitar that are painted in black in the bottom from the swimming pool to look just like a guitar when seen from above. This really is what I call an homage to music.


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