New collection of Christmas ornaments at Tennessee governor's residence highlights the state's 95 counties

State of Tennessee Photo / Jaime Barks' painting of the Walnut Street Bridge during a February snowfall represents Hamilton County.

The new collection of ornaments on a Christmas tree in the Tennessee governor's residence is a miniature tour of the state. In these 95 spheres, you can learn about events (the World's Biggest Fish Fry in Henry County), landmarks (Reelfoot Lake in Lake County) and famous folk (Dolly Parton from Sevier County).

Earlier this month, Tennessee first lady Maria Lee unveiled the new ornaments, each crafted by artists from across the state.

"Tennessee is home to some of the most gifted artisans in the world," Lee said in a news release. "From tributes to Davy Crockett and Tina Turner to the mountains of East Tennessee and the blues of Beale Street, this county ornament collection captures Tennessee's rich history, diversity and unwavering spirit.