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A couple dancing sclupture in one of the historic stores in Helen, Georgia203 viewsPrior to 1800, Helen was the center of Cherokee Indian culture, with villages scattered throughout Nacoochee and what is now known as Helen valleys. A townhouse was located on top of at least one of the four ceremonial mounds in Nacoochee Valley. In 1813 the Cherokees approved construction of the Unicoi Turnpike, a wagon road through their Nation from the Savannah River headwaters to northeast Tennessee.
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A bay view just across from Pike Place Market124 views
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Flowers Shop at Pike Place Market176 viewsAs a tourist you slowly wander your way through the market trying to take in all that is Seattle represented in this one place. It is oohing and ahhing over local produce, fresh seafood, and fantastic butchers. it is Whispering to your companions how if this was your city you would come shopping here ever week. As a local shopping at the market is one of he most rewarding challenges there is. It is stopping at your preffered coffee shop on the way in, so you avoid the lines at that corporate giant.
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Bay view from Pike Market117 viewsTraveling by ferry is a state of mind as much as a means of transportation to some of the Puget Sound's most historic and scenic sites. Views of the Olympic and Cascade mountains, the Seattle cityscape and the green shorelines will draw you out onto the deck to feel the salt breeze on your face. The state ferry system takes passengers and their vehicles from Seattle and nearby departure points to Vashon Island, the Kitsap Peninsula, the San Juan Islands and Canada.
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Another Flowers from Pike Place Flowers161 viewsAs a Tourist the market is all flying fish, craft stalls and coffee shops. It is 2 Seattle's Best within a block, it is the first ever Starbucks. It is the Creamery with a plethora of cow decorated merchandise, It is the vegetable stands with the vegetables so artfully displayed that signs admonish you not to touch it. It is sculptures made of Mt St Helens Ash.
It is t-shirts, and dried flowers and spice houses and tea markets. it is the shops in the bowels of the market with goods from Latin Americ
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Pike Place Fish200 viewsYou can find them at the Seattle’s Pike Place Market, an historic, open air market located in the heart of Seattle, Washington. People come from all over the world to see their world famous crew of fishmongers throwing fish and having fun with customers.
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Fruits Shop250 viewsThere are also restaurants and brew pubs for your refreshment and dining pleasure. And right across the street is the first ever Starbucks Coffee Shop. Wear comfortable shoes, bring your digital camera, a shopping list if you're so inclined and come experience this one-of-a-kind Seattle tradition.

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Lilly Flower173 viewsSeattle's historic Pike Place Market is a popular destination for city residents and tourists alike, and it turns 100 years old in 2007! Located just off the waterfront, this multi-level building features dozens of artisans, vegetable growers, flower sellers, craftspeople and more. Load up on organic produce or fresh seafood, or browse the unique gift and specialty shops.

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Flower Shop160 viewsThe Pike Place Market is also a building, the arcade (1907) which is the original Main Market, and an Historic District. Extant buildings are the arcade, the Outlook Hotel and Triangle Market (1908), Sanitary Market (1910), extended arcade (1911), Corner Market building (1912), Fairley Building (1914), and Economy Market (c. 1914–17, nee Bartell Building, 1900).
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Flower Shop164 viewsThe Pike Market neighborhood is largely defined by the concentration of historic buildings in the small area. Due to complexities and competing interests, only some if not few historic structures or places are officially designated. The Alaska Trade Building (1900–1924)
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Flower Shop154 viewsPike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market, which opened August 17, 1907, is the oldest continually-operated public farmer's market in the country. It is a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. It is also Seattle's most popular tourist destination.
 
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