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Back to the futuristic look of the Seattle World's Fair

  • The iconic arches of the U.S. Science Pavilion, which still exist as part of the Pacific Science Center.

    Gary Shirley photo

    The iconic arches of the U.S. Science Pavilion, which still exist as part of the Pacific Science Center.

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  • The iconic arches of the U.S. Science Pavilion, which still exist as part of the Pacific Science Center.

    Gary Shirley photo

    The iconic arches of the U.S. Science Pavilion, which still exist as part of the Pacific Science Center.

We're taking a look back at the Seattle World's Fair that opened 50 years ago this weekend. The fair, with themes of science and technology, ushered Seattle and the region into the world's spotlight. See what it all looked like in our photo gallery here.
Click here to read Gale Fiege's story about the fair and its legacy.
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