Seattle-Bellevue

Seattle-Bellevue is a suburb of Greater Seattle, the largest city in the US Pacific Northwest and Washington State. With a metro population of over four million residents, it is known as one of the United States’ most progressive cities, functioning as a global hub for the technology, aviation and consumer goods industries. Global leaders such as Boeing, Amazon and Starbucks call the city home. As a major US seaport, it is located on a peninsula between Lake Washington and the Pacific Ocean.  

Seattle is a one of the United States’ most diverse cities, attracting a wide range of residents and visitors from across the world. Its most recognisable landmark and icon is the Space Needle, a futuristic tower built to celebrate Seattle’s hosting of the 1962 World Fair.

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