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Object, Seattle, WashingtonObjectSeattle, WashingtonPearl Jam used to practice in the space below the artisan Blacksmith Shop once located here, called Black Dog Forge. The Alley behind the building...Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WashingtonOlympic Sculpture ParkSeattle, WashingtonMetal tree in the Sculpture Park #lifeatexpediaColumbia Center Office Building, Food Hall and Observatory, Seattle, WashingtonColumbia Center Office Building, Food Hall and ObservatorySeattle, WashingtonFrom the top of the Columbia Tower. #pnw #downtownseattleFremont, Seattle, WashingtonFremontSeattle, WashingtonICU2TV: On August 17, 2008 a bronze statue of J.P. Patches and Gertrude was unveiled at the corner of Fremont Avenue North and North 34th Street in...Kurt Cobains House, Seattle, WashingtonKurt Cobains HouseSeattle, WashingtonThe house where Kurt Cobain lived and then shot himself with a shotgun bought by Dylan Carlson of the band Earth. Fyi, the photo appropriately uses...Seattle, WashingtonSeattleWashington#Troveon Taken at the highest skyscraper in Seattle. Columbia Center level 73rd.Post Alley, Seattle, WashingtonPost AlleySeattle, WashingtonLocated in Post Alley, behind Pike Place #Market, is the biggest gum wall known to man. Yes, it's one of the more disgusting tourist attractions,...Viretta Park, Seattle, WashingtonViretta ParkSeattle, WashingtonThis bench, located in the park adjacent to the house where Kurt Cobain died, has long served as an unofficial memorial to the iconic Nirvana...Terminal Sales Building, Seattle, WashingtonTerminal Sales BuildingSeattle, WashingtonThis office building housed the original location of iconic Seattle independent label Sub Pop Records from 1988-2003. Sub Pop is well-known for...Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle, WashingtonMuseum of Pop CultureSeattle, WashingtonThe colorful Frank Gehry-designed building in the shadow of the Space Needle is the Experience Music Project, a museum dedicated to music history...Reciprocal Recording, Seattle, WashingtonReciprocal RecordingSeattle, WashingtonThis building was the Reciprocal Recording Studio from 1986-1991, a studio run by Jack Endino and Chris Hanzsek. Nirvana recorded their first demo...
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