Palouse (Washington)

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The Palouse is a region that covers parts of southeastern Washington and north-central Idaho, with some definitions also including parts of northeastern Oregon.

The Palouse Hills

This page only covers the Washington portion of the Palouse region. For pages that cover other parts of the Palouse, see North Central Idaho and Eastern Oregon.

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  • 47.658888888889-117.51 Spokane — largest city in eastern Washington, second largest in the state and third-largest in the Pacific Northwest Region; county seat of Spokane County and home to Gonzaga University and Whitworth University
  • 47.658888888889-117.51 Spokane Valley a separate suburban city city east of Spokane.
  • 47.488611111111-117.578611111111 Cheney — home of Eastern Washington University
  • 47.656111111111-117.086388888891 Liberty Lake
  • 46.884166666667-117.363611111111 Colfax — county seat of Whitman County
  • 46.733333333333-117.166666666671 Pullman — largest city in Whitman County and home of Washington State University
  • 46.319722222222-117.977777777781 Dayton — county seat of Columbia County
  • 46.473333333333-117.598055555561 Pomeroy — county seat of Garfield County
  • 46.338888888889-117.046388888891 Asotin — county seat of Asotin County

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