Galway, Ireland has been a sister city of Seattle since 1986. So you won't have a hard time finding the Galway, Ireland influence here in the Seattle area. Folks from Ireland live all over Puget sound and have had a large influence on our region from the very beginning. If you're looking for Irish food try one of the numerous Irish Pubs throughout Greater Seattle. If you're interested in learning more about Galway, Ireland, take a look at this website below:
Irish Heritage Club Seattle (irishclub.org)
Seattle-Galway SCA President John Keane
Are you considering making a move to Seattle, Washington? If so, we are always available to help you locate the perfect Seattle area home. For Greater Seattle Real Estate contact me at Brian@SeattleHome.com or call us anytime at 206-431-5900.
An bhfuil tú ag smaoineamh ar aistriú chuig Seattle, Washington? Má tá, tá imid ar fáil i gcónaí chun cabhrú leat teacht ar an limistéar seattle foirfe. Le haghaidh Eastát Réadach Níos Mó Seattle déan teagmháil liom ag Brian@SeattleHome.com nó glaoigh orainn ag am ar bith ag 206-431-5900.
But if you are considering a move to Ireland, then please contact:
Galway City Estate Agents - River Property Group (rpgroup.ie)
They provide a comprehensive home search and are ready to assist you.
Sister City since 1986
Seattle and Galway formalized their Sister City relationship in 1986. The Seattle Galway Sister City Association organizes exchanges and cultural events to celebrate both cities. To mark the relationship, a stone monument was unveiled in Galway in 1993 that carries on a bronze marker the geophysical data of Seattle. A companion monument carrying the geophysical data of Galway was unveiled in June 2000 on Seattle's waterfront opposite Pier 66. An annual student-exchange between the University of Washington and University College Galway, an annual Law Fellowship program, celebrate this relationship.
Galway City, population 75,000, is the third largest city in Ireland and is also one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe. The capital of the West of Ireland, it is a thriving city with a University, Regional Technical College, Shipping Port and Airport. Situated on the western seaboard, Galway City is next door to Ireland's largest Gaelic speaking area (Connemara) and across Galway Bay from the famous Aran Islands. The Galway area holds many attractions for both Galwegians and visitors alike: its unique location on Galway Bay, its lively vibrant city center with traditional medieval streets, its extensive shopping and business facilities, its youthful population and its living culture of music, theater and language, all of which ensure its enduring appeal