Pike Place Market

One of the top attractions in Seattle is the Pike Place Market which was established in 1907 and also known as the The Soul of Seattle. According to history, the price of onion went up exorbitantly some time in 1906 that caused an outrage from the residents. The city council proposed a street market with the concept of “Meet the Producer” cutting  the added cost charged by the middlemen. The farmers would bring their produce to the market for sale directly to the end consumers. Today, it is one of the most visited tourist’s site in Washington State. The market sells fresh produce […]

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