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About International District
Located just east of Pioneer Square, the International District was originally settled by immigrant Chinese laborers in the late 19th century. Later immigrants from Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Southeast Asia and the Philippines moved into the district, which is now considered one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the city. In 1986 the International District received official federal designation as the "Seattle Chinatown Historic District," and its immigrant roots are honored in Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Experience. One of the neighborhood's top attractions is the Uwajimaya Asian Grocery and Gift store, a 36,000 square-foot supermarket stocked with enough exciting ingredients to launch your own international restaurant chain.
Read more about Seattle's International District on Hipmunk's International District Neighborhood Guide.
With natural splendors and fresh salmon at every turn, it's a wonder Seattleites stay indoors long enough to invent new technologies, storm the stage at rock shows and roast great gourmet coffee. But the Rem Koolhaas Library, Space Needle cocktails and Pacific Northwest collection at the Seattle Art Museum offer powerful consolations when it drizzles outside.
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