Coverage from the top of Space Needle, Seattle, Washington, USA

The Space Needle in Seattle, D.C. is a viewing platform. It has also been declared a Seattle landmark considered a symbol of the town and the Pacific northwest. It was built at Seattle Center at the World Fair in 1962, which attracted over 2,3 million visitors in the Lower Queen Anne district. During the case, almost 20,000 people a day used their lifts. Space Needle was once the highest building in the west of the River Mississippi[7] at 605 feet (184 m). The tower measures 138 fts (42 m) and is designed to resist winds up to 200 mph (320 km/h) and earthquakes to magnitude 9.0 in weight, and is 9,550 short tons (8,660 metric tons) and high.