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Satellite Image Map of Spokane, Washington




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Spokane Image Information


The Landsat satellite image above gives an aerial view of the streets, suburbs and environment of Spokane, WA. Spokane is located in eastern Washington along the Spokane River and west of Idaho. It has a population of approximately 195629 people.

Spokane, WA Area Communities:


Communities and suburbs visible in the satellite view above include: Country Homes, Spokane Valley, Cheney, Buckeye, Marshall, Four Lakes, Sprague, Lamont, Waukon, Valleyford, Rockford, Mead, Edwall, Reardan, Mondovi, Davenport, Wellpinit, Ford, Post Falls (ID), Couer Dí Alene (ID).

Spokane, WA Area Places:


Physical and cultural features visible in the satellite view above include: Spokane River, Spokane International Airport, Selkirk Mountains, Loon Lake, Long Lake, Couer Dí Alene Lake, Hangman Creek, Newman Lake, Mount Spokane, Crab Creek, Rock Lake, Findley Lake, Bonnie Lake, Badger Lake, Williams Lake, Campbell Lake, Beaver Pond, Swan Pond, Fishtrap Lake, Downs Lake, Berry Lake, Folsom Lake, Sheep Lake.


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Where is Spokane?




Spokane is located in Spokane County, Washington. For phone calls it is in the 509 area code region. The offical Spokane city government website is at http://www.spokanecity.org/.


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