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Washington, U.S.A.
Welcome to Spokane, Washington.
Spokane is located on the Spokane River, west of the Rocky Mountain foothills and 92 miles south of the Canadian border. The city is home to around 209,000 people, making it the second largest city in Washington. Known as the birthplace of Father's Day, the city is officially nicknamed the Lilac City. The name of the city derives from the very first humans who lived in the area, the Spokane people. In their language, Salishan, "spokane" meant children of the sun. The Salishan people arrived in the area between 13,000 and 8,000 years ago, and lived a peaceful life until the European settlers arrived. Explorer David Thompson discovered the area and established the North West Company's Spokane House in 1810. The trading post comprised the first long-term European settlement in Washington, and after the construction of the Northern Pacific Railway in 1881, the settlement continued to grow. The city was incorporated the same year, with the name Spokane Falls. Today, Spokane is a vibrant city and a gateway to the American west. Immersed in natural beauty, Spokane has long been a destination for both outdoor experiences and urban recreation. Embark on a whitewater adventure, bike at the scenic Centennial Trail, or hike through an endless amounts of nature preserves your inner explorer will rejoice regardless. For a good time in the city, you can try the many excellent wineries and local craft breweries, check out a plethora of arts venues and exhibits, or shop and dine at some of the best stores and restaurants in the region. If you are looking for a true culinary experience, you have come to the right place. Spokane boasts award-winning chefs and bold flavors, and you may enjoy everything from mouth-watering steak to fresh bread and straight-from-the-farm vegetables, served with locally brewed beers and world-class wines. In Spokane, you can peruse Native American art and living history at the Smithsonian-affiliated Northwest Museum of Art and Culture, visit the INB Performing Arts center for Broadway shows and local acts, or hit the historic Bing Crosby Theater for intimate plays. If you're in town on the first Friday of the month, you even can take part in a merry celebration when downtown comes alive with local artists and musicians. If shopping is your thing, despair not Spokane offers a plethora of unique little stores, upscale department stores and capacious shopping centers. For a more eclectic shopping scene, wander down the historic cobblestone streets of Spokane and hunt down bargains at the cute boutiques nestled in old, renovated buildings. One thing is certain, whatever your preference, Spokane will provide you with an unforgettable experience!
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