Established around 1800, this village was first known as Hardeman Cross Roads, and later took the name of the Methodist church in town. Prior to the Civil War, Triune was a flourishing center of commerce and agriculture and known for its fine schools and stately homes. It was Union-occupied during the war. Today, itÂ’s an unincorporated community widely known for the Tennessee Renaissance Festival each May, held at Castle Gwynn.
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