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Of Cultural Interest in Chicago
Navy Pier
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This fresh air at this pier can't be found in many places. It's like someone had managed to clean the air. It really awakens the c
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Of Cultural Interest in Chicago
John Hancock Tower
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The alternatives to enjoy the panorama of the Chicago skyline are Willis Tower and the John Hancock Center. I chose the latter for
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Downtown Chicago
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Chicago is one of my favorite cities to visit, every time I vacation there... It's an amazing experience. There's so many wonderfu
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Jay Pritzker Pavilion
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Great fun for kids
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Michigan Avenue Bridge
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Of the 38 bridges spanning the Chicago River as it passes through the city of the same name, the most famous is undoubtedly the Mi
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Buckingham Fountain
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Pretty
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Chicago River Boatride
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For $ 35 you can take a guided tour by boat for 1 hour and 30 mins. It is absolutely essential to know all about the main skyscrap
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James R. Thompson Center
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On my first visit to the city, back in the late 80s, this was one of the edifices that most struck me. At that time, this large pr
Of Cultural Interest in Chicago
Gleacher Center
Gleacher Center is a large conference center attached to the University of Chicago. It regularly organizes business and economic e
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Chicago Chinatown
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Located in south Chicago between Cermak and Wentworth Avenues, this area has nearly 100,000 Asian immigrants, the second largest c
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Wrigley Building
One is left open-mouthed when you hear that, in the middle of the forest of skyscrapers of Chicago, one of the nicest calls itself
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Tribune Tower
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The Tribune Tower, along with the Wrigley Building, stands at the beginning of the most famous avenue in Chicago. They are two of
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The Burnham Pavilions
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In homage to the urban plan of Chicago by Daniel Burnham and Edward Bennett in 1909, the architects Zaha Hadid (London) and Ben va
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Chicago Architecture Foundation: CAF
ArchiCenter is an exhibition related to architecture and the city. The Chicago Architecture Foundation is a nonprofit institution
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"Dedicated to the Thirsty" Fountain
I found this little fountain near the Water Tower by chance. As a bronze plaque explains, the Vienna fountain is a donation to the
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The Start of Route 66
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For adventurers who want to see the American heartland, Route 66 is without a doubt the best possible trip to take. You can see ci
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Harold Washington Library Center
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Beautiful place on the top floor.
Of Cultural Interest in Chicago
Millenium Park Fountains
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Puts the modernity into a great Park in downtown Chicago.