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Chicago’s Architecture

Visitors from around the world come to Chicago, the birthplace of the modern building, to view its architectural marvels. From historic landmark buildings to...

Architecture Highlights in Chicago

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The influential Architects of Chicago

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Chicago Cultural Center

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Millennium Park and Buckingham Fountain at Grant Park

Millennium Park, Chicago Opened in July 2004 and destined to become a Chicago landmark and a major visitor attraction, Millennium Park occupies 24.5 acres in...

Wrigley Company History

Not looking for the Wrigley History but instead: Wrigley Building -- Sightseeing Chicago Summary William Wrigley Jr. came to Chicago in the spring of 1891. He...

Wrigley Building, Chicago

Address: 410 North Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60602. The gleaming white Wrigley Building is one of America's most famous office towers. Located on Michigan Avenue...

James R. Thompson Center

Dedicated in May of 1985, and designed by renowned architect Helmut Jahn, the Center is one of Chicago's major attractions, drawing worldwide attention and...

Willis Tower / The Skydeck and The Ledge

Willis Tower's former name is Sears Tower when it was the headquarter for Sears. Until 1997/98 the Willis Tower / Sears Tower was (with its...

Marshall Field’s building / Macy’s on State Street

The flagship Marshall Field’s department store (Macy’s since 2005) features nine floors and a Visitor Center, which offers a variety of concierge services, a...

John Hancock Center / 360 Chicago Observation Deck

Chicago is home to the John Hancock Center. Visitors can see Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois from the top of the structure. The Hancock...

Zippo windproof lighter – the history

The distinctive lighter became a legend and can be seen in movies like Indiana Jones or Top Gun and those charismatic leading actors make...

Coca-Cola® History

It was May 1886 when Mr. John Stith Pemberton, a pharmacist from Atlanta, was experimenting in his laboratory and eventually created the recipe for...

The Story of Santa Claus & Christmas

Christmas is an old custom that originated long before Jesus Christ was born. The Church reinvented the originally pagan fest and added some features....

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Chicago’s Architecture

Architecture Highlights in Chicago

The influential Architects of Chicago

Chicago Cultural Center