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The Greek-Revival styled Clarke House, built in 1836, is the oldest surviving structure in the city of Chicago and has operated as a house museum for 30 years. Get an exclusive look at the Clarke House during Open House Chicago October 13th and 14th. www.openhousechicago.org #OHC2012 Photo Credit: James Caulfield, courtesy of ClarkeHouseMuseum

I've been to Chicago, and loved it, but neglected to go see this!! Definitely going to next time I am out there

Take a trip to the cupola of the iconic Jeweler's Building, now the showroom for the world-famous archicture firm, Murphy/Jahn. Only during Open House Chicago, October 13th and 14th. www.openhousechiago.org #OHC2012 Photo: Murphy Jahn Architects

Carl Street Studios, 155 W. Burton Place, Chicago

Chicago’s City hall is an impressive 1911 Holabird & Roche monumental neo-classical, 11-story building that incorporates considerable exterior ornamentation & 94 foot tall columns with Corinthian capitals. Visit the Council Chambers, the legislative library and the aldermanic office area during Open House Chicago #OHC2012 www.openhousechicago.org

Carson Pririe Scott Building, on State St., Chicago. I passed thru these doors many many times.

The Glessner House Museum at 1800 S. Prairie Avenue offers tours of two architecturally significant buildings on Chicago’s Near South Side: the John J. Glessner House, completed in 1887 by Henry Hobson Richardson, a Chicago architect known for his Romanesque Revival style featuring robust arches and columns; and the Henry B. Clarke House, an 1836 Greek Revival structure that is one of the oldest surviving houses in the city.

Offices of D.H. Burnham & Company: pivotal in the Plan of Chicago City layout.

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Chicago Water Tower

La Chicago Water Tower est un château d'eau en forme de tour de style néogothique situé dans le quartier historique du Old Chicago Water Tower District, dans le secteur de Near North Side à Chicago.