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Orthodox church in Ukrainian Village, designed by Louis Sullivan in 1903.
Orthodox church in Ukrainian Village, designed by Louis Sullivan in 1903. It was funded in part by Czar Nicholas II; today, it thrives as a neighborhood parish.
1121 North Leavitt Street, Chicago, IL, United States
No shortage of magnificent Ukrainian churches in this part of town - this soaring example was built in 1913 on the model of St Sophia's in Kiev
Almost certainly the best collection of Ukrainian ethnographic exhibits (musical instruments, traditional costumes, folk art, etc
This is a superb, lovingly curated collection of abstract and minimalist art by major Ukrainian and Ukrainian-American artists
This huge, golden-domed, Ukrainian Catholic church has been a local landmark since its construction in 1973
A great way to sample local comedy or catch up-and-coming acts
The Flat Iron Building in Chicago is an artist colony, housing studios of visual artists, dancers, theatre artistes, and musicians
An experimental theater complex encompassing two stages, a cafe, and a gallery
This building was originally designed as a bank by Whitney & Williams when it was built in 1920
Not many places in Chicago can match Gorilla Tango for sheer quantity - even on cold, quiet Wednesday nights, you'll find two unknown theater companies doing low-budget comedies at this Bucktown storefront theater
This Presbyterian church is housed in the former Cathedral of All Saints of the Polish National Catholic Church in Chicago