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Seattle – Tech

Located in Washington State, Seattle is home to a thriving tech industry. Both Amazon and Microsoft have headquarters in the Seattle metro area. The city’s most iconic landmark is the futuristic Space Needle, which rises almost 900 feet into the sky. It is the highest observation deck in the world, and has 360-degree views of the city. There are many other things to see and do in Seattle. Read on to learn more about this fascinating city.

The first free art museum opened in 1952. Charles Frye, a meatpacking entrepreneur, donated 230 paintings to Seattle. He and his wife had very conservative taste. The museum features a collection of works by Munich School artists. While there are many free art museums in Seattle, this one features the most recent and exciting works of art. Founded by a man with a passion for modern and contemporary art, the museum’s focus is on showcasing the city’s diverse cultural scene.

The Seattle Great Wheel is 53 metres high, and is the tallest observation wheel in the world. It’s a tourist trap, but the experience is worth it. The enclosed capsules don’t swing, and the city’s climate is mild enough to enjoy even in rainy weather. The Seattle Great Wheel is open until midnight, and you can even purchase tickets for VIP pods. For a small fee, you can enjoy a glass floor, leather seats, and champagne. The Seattle Great Tower is located on the edge of downtown, so you’re sure to catch some of these sights on your next visit.

The city has some of the best sports teams in the country. The city’s many professional sports teams include the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks, NBA’s Seattle SuperSonics, and MLB’s Seattle Mariners. The WNBA’s Storm has a long and colorful history. Those who don’t like professional sports can check out the local university teams. If you don’t like the big leagues, check out the colleges in the area.

A strong art culture is another reason to visit Seattle. There are plenty of museums in the area, and there are many places to watch ballet. The city is also known for its thriving music scene. Several bands and artists have made Seattle a destination for music lovers. The soaring skyscrapers and the historic buildings of the city are beautiful. The streets are lined with a diverse range of street performers and musicians. Some of the more popular ones include the hip hop sensation Kenny G, the grunge legend, and the grunge rock group, Grunge.

The city’s weather is mild and rarely extreme. However, a variety of natural disasters can occur in the city. For example, there has been a tsunami in the city’s harbor. A hurricane could cause an earthquake, a forest fire, or a landslide. The Seattle earthquake in 2011 displaced over 400 people. In addition to the seismic activity, the temblors have left behind a legacy.

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