Located north of the state of Tennessee, on the Highland Rim's northwest edge and lies near the Kentucky state line, Clarksville is the government seat of Montgomery County. The city has been cultivated and developed for tobacco growing and the marketing and processing of the local dark-fired variety. One of its major economic activities also lies in the printing and the manufacture of the heating and air conditioning units, which has served as a primary player over the years. And because of Clarksville's strong manufacturing workforce, the Fort Campbell of the US Army became the area's biggest employer. The city boasts its various local attractions like the Customs House Museum, the Victorian building that was built from 1898, and numerous local history and art exhibits and its model trains.
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