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Seattle is the largest city in both the state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The city has thousands of acres worth of green spaces and parks, making the city a perfect mix of a concrete jungle and beautiful greenery. Seattle is the third-largest port in North America. Apart from the Space Needle, Seattle is also known to be the birthplace of Amazon and also has the very first Starbucks which was built in 1971.
Seattle, Washington, has a left-coast vibe with a high tech spin. The top attractions on your Seattle to-do list must be the stunning Central Public Library for some iconic architecture, Pike Place Market for a pleasant Sunday out shopping and dining, the Space Needle for the best views of the city and more. Well known for its rain, Seattle, Washington is a city sandwiched between the salt water of Puget Sound and the fresh water of Lake Washington. To the north is the Canadian province of British Columbia. To the west are the Olympic Mountains, to the east the Cascade Range including just off to the southeast is Mount Rainier, the highest peak in the Cascades, and easily visible on a clear day from Seattle. All this fantastic geography makes Seattle the perfect postcard town to visit.