The architects behind the Marquette Building made natural light and ventilation vital components. While that’s nice, the most impressive...
Louis Sullivan designed this ornate building in 1899. For a century is was home to the Carson Pirie Scott & Co department store....
Joan Miró’s work The Sun, the Moon and One Star , known now as Miró’s Chicago, sits across the street from Daley Plaza. Miró hoped to...
Glittering, century-old landmark theater that hosts big touring shows.
Trattoria No 10
This clubby bistro is just steps from the Loop theater district and fills up fast with ticket-holders. The straightforward menu provides...
10 S Dearborn St · interesting places nearby
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Russian-born artist Marc Chagall loved Chicago, and in 1974 he donated this grand mosaic to the city. Using thousands of bits of glass and stone, the artist portrayed six scenes of the city in hues reminiscent of the Mediterranean coast of France, where he kept his studio. Chagall continued to make adjustments, such as updating the skyline, after the work arrived in Chicago.