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SLIDESHOW: Thirty-one reasons we live in a beautiful place

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CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -

We all know Chattanooga is a beautiful place to live, especially in the fall.

With leaves changing, cooler temperatures and brilliant blue skies, there's a lot to love.

One website, BuzzFeed, apparently agrees with our love of our town.

Editors there gathered up some of their favorite Instagram photos of our area, showing 31 of the reasons why the Scenic City is named as such.

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