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Soaring to a height of 967 feet (295 meters), the Columbia Center is the 4th tallest building in the West Coast and the tallest public observatory in the region.
Soaring to a height of 967 feet (295 meters), the Columbia Center is the 4th tallest building in the West Coast and the tallest public observatory in the region. The 73rd floor observation deck is at a height of 902 feet (275 meters), and offers full 360 degree panoramic views over the city.
Columbia Center, Seattle, WA 98104, USA
Built in 1914, the Smith Tower was Seattle's first skyscraper and is probably the only tall building left in Seattle where uniformed attendants operate the elevators
The Seattle Central Library is a dramatic glass and steel structure in the heart of downtown Seattle, designed by Rem Koolhaas
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Roman Catholic cathedral built in the Renaissance Revival style with an extensive collection of stained glass
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