Located just north of Qwest Field and Safeco Field in the SoDo district, Pioneer Square marks Seattle's original downtown, dating back to 1852. The district is characterized by late nineteenth century brick and stone buildings, and one of the nation's best surviving collections of Romanesque Revival style urban architecture. Pioneer Square is home to art galleries, internet companies, cafes, sports bars, nightclubs, bookstores, and a museum and info center for the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.
 
 
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