Must see attractions in Seattle

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    Louisa Boren Lookout

    Outside the Volunteer Park boundaries, the Louisa Boren Lookout provides one of the best views over the university and Union Bay. The small park is named…

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    Mount Zion Baptist Church

    One of the cornerstones of the CD neighborhood is Mount Zion Baptist Church, a 2000-member congregation with a choir that has reached national acclaim…

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    High Point

    This intersection marks the highest point in Seattle, 518ft above sea level. Views from the road crossing aren't astounding, but they get better if you…

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    Three Piece Sculpture: Vertebrae

    These three large pieces of the human anatomy recreated in bronze are the work of British sculptor Henry Moore. They stand guard at the entrance to the 50…

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    Seattle Rose Garden

    The 2.5-acre Seattle Rose Garden, near the entrance road to the zoo off N 50th St, was started in 1924 and contains 5000 plants, including heirloom roses…

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    Ballard Building

    Ballard’s only major terracotta structure was built in the 1920s by the Fraternal Order of Eagles. It once held a community hospital and now houses shops,…

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    Amazon Tower I

    The new Seattle HQ of online retail behemoth Amazon opened in December 2015. Officially it's called Amazon Tower I, but it's known colloquially as 'the…

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    Sunset Hill Park

    Rising above Golden Gardens on 34th Ave is sinuous Sunset Hill Park, a prime perch for dramatic sunsets and long views.

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    Parsons Garden

    A leafy public garden in the posh Queen Anne neighborhood that's especially popular for summer weddings.