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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.
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. The eye-catching thirteen onion domes stand for Christ and the 12 apostles. The one weekly English-language mass is at 11:30AM on Sundays.
2238 West Rice Street, Chicago, IL, United States
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
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
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
Library and exhibitions on Polish heritage, both in Chicago and in Poland