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Points of Interest
Seattle's largest neighborhood is geographically isolated from the rest of the city because of the rail lines (crossed by only three bridges) that separate it from Queen Anne. Magnolia is mostly a residential district, but it hosts one of Seattle's premier recreational attractions. Discovery Park is the city's largest public park, with 534 acres crossed by 12 miles of hiking trails. The park was originally a U.S. Army base called Fort Lawton, and many of the military structures still stand. The three-mile loop trail is a popular hike through densely wooded undergrowth to blufftop views overlooking Puget Sound. The United Indians of All Tribes Daybreak Cultural Center is located within the park boundaries, and blackberry picking is popular in fall.
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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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