Bellevue

Bellevue

[bel-vyoo]
Bellevue. 1 City (1990 pop. 30,982), Sarpy co., E Nebr., a suburb of Omaha, on the Missouri River; inc. 1855. A railroad junction, it has manufacturing (fertilizers, computer and communication equipment, food, apparel, concrete products, whirlpool baths, feed) and telecommunications services. The oldest city in the state, Bellevue was a trading post in the early 1800s and the site of a Presbyterian Native American mission in the 1840s and 50s. The Strategic Air and Space Museum is there. 2 City (1990 pop. 86,874), King co., W Wash., on Lake Washington opposite Seattle and connected to it by two floating bridges; inc. 1953. Manufactures include computers, machinery, electrical equipment, aircraft parts, food, building materials, medical equipment, chemicals, fertilizers, and paper products; there is printing and publishing. It has one of the most extensive networks of office complexes in the Pacific Northwest and the state's largest shopping center.
Bellevue (French, meaning beautiful view) can refer to:

Australia

Canada

Denmark

France

  • Bellevue Palace (France), a small château built for Madame de Pompadour near Paris in 1750 overlooking the Seine and demolished in 1823

Germany

  • Bellevue Palace (Germany) (Schloss Bellevue), the official residence of the President of Germany, being a château near the center of the city of Berlin

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom

United States

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