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Chicago's most far flung city landmark is covered with wonderfully elaborate carvings in its art deco, terra cotta exterior.
Chicago's most far flung city landmark is covered with wonderfully elaborate carvings in its art deco, terra cotta exterior. The bank's construction was finished in the malapropos year of 1929.
5200 W Chicago Ave
For sake of comprehensiveness, you might want to drive by this Frank Lloyd Wright house in Austin after a tour of his numerous buildings in neighboring Oak Park
A busy theater with acclaimed productions of Spanish-language and bi-lingual comedy, drama, music, and dance
History-filled Chicago park a mere 15 minutes west of downtown, with some fun outdoor sculptures, plenty of green space, and a fabulous fieldhouse
A collection of over 500 evocative pieces of art, created by artists who served in Vietnam
Chicagoans can't get enough Towers of Sears
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 massive 1910 Prairie School masterpiece by Dwight Perkins, possibly the biggest example of the architectural style, and still a working high school
Almost certainly the best collection of Ukrainian ethnographic exhibits (musical instruments, traditional costumes, folk art, etc
Each summer Wallace's puts on outdoor blues concerts in East Garfield Park, and you should not pass up such an opportunity