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This building was originally designed as a bank by Whitney & Williams when it was built in 1920.
This building was originally designed as a bank by Whitney & Williams when it was built in 1920. The society houses non-profit art galleries which focus on promoting cultural communication between Europe and the United States. The society also hosts film festivals exploring European cinema, art exhibitions, and concerts.
1112 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
An experimental theater complex encompassing two stages, a cafe, and a gallery
Multikulti is a collaborative avantgarde multi-cultural arts venue
Library and exhibitions on Polish heritage, both in Chicago and in Poland
From 1907-17, Hollywood was in Uptown
Orthodox church in Ukrainian Village, designed by Louis Sullivan in 1903
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
One of the city's most beautiful churches, this classic Polish Cathedral is now administered by the priests of the Opus Dei order of Catholicism
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