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Chicago's Coolest Historical Spots | National Geographic

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This vibrant city of art, culture, and industry is also a treasure trove of storied sites. Make time to check out some of Chicago’s coolest historical spots.
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Date: August 4, 2019

28 thoughts on “Chicago's Coolest Historical Spots | National Geographic

  1. Chicago has a lot of good qualities but it’s a Midwest city with an egregious number of homicides and is choking under the weight of decades old corrupt politics. The bells and whistles do nothing but reinforce the city’s lack of cultural relevance and sense of identity within the American fabric. Boston is the true “second city” and after that LA and Las Vegas.

    Chicago could reinvent itself by electing a Republican mayor, lowering taxes, solving the crime problems, building new and affordable apartments, and rerouting its traffic away from the shore line. The competition among cities is becoming fierce and gimmicks like the bean and endless tourist attractions simply reinforce the idea that people just come and go, that Chicago is a city without a soul.

  2. No one except for people who were told (local newscasters) refer to the Sears Tower as the Willis Tower.
    No matter how much someone spends to rename, it will always be the Sears Tower to anyone who lives in Chicago.

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