If anyone has a chance to see the interconnecting tunnels of the world famous Seattle Underground, definitely don’t miss the opportunity. It’s extraordinary. And the history is just as fascinating.
Seattle Underground hides the remnants of the old city. Under the streets of Pioneer Square neighborhood, there is an entire network of subterranean hallways, corridors, and basements, where the city of Seattle was born. And there, the ruins of shops, hotels, houses can be seen still standing. Over the recent decades, these spaces have become a popular attraction and a history museum of Seattle’s early days
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