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The 16-foot cast bronze sculpture of Communist leader Vladimir Lenin was created by Emil Venkov originally for the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in Poprad.
The 16-foot cast bronze sculpture of Communist leader Vladimir Lenin was created by Emil Venkov originally for the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in Poprad. After the Velvet Revolution, the 7 ton statue of Lenin surrounded by flames and guns was brought to Seattle and installed as a Fremont landmark. The statue's hands are often painted red as a reminder of his Red Terror regime when political opponents were repressed and masses killed.
3526 Fremont Pl N, Seattle, WA 98103
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Waiting for the Interurban is a cast aluminum sculptural ensemble by Richard Beyer depicting five people and a dog waiting for the trolley that has not existed since the 1930s
The Fremont neighborhood of Seattle is known for its counterculture, and the Fremont Troll stands as the epitome of the neighborhood's zeitgeist
Gas Works Park, or 'Gasworks' as locals call it, is Wallingford's oddly endearing landmark along the north part of Lake Union featuring old machinery and piping relics of the sole remaining coal gasification plant in the United States
The Seattle Children's Museum in the Center House at the Seattle Center has a variety of exhibits designed for kids aged 10 months to 10 years
Perhaps the most obvious spectacle in Queen Anne is the quintessential view of the Seattle Skyline from Kerry Park
The monorail makes a direct connection between Westlake Center in Downtown to the Seattle Center
The museum provides a look at the inspiration and influences that inform the career of artist Dale Chihuly
The Pacific Science Center is an interactive science museum for kids, originally built as the United States Science Pavilion for the 1962 World's Fair in Seattle