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Gallery of These Are the World’s 25 Tallest Buildings -17. Willis Tower | 442.1 m | 1,451 ft | 108 floors Location: Chicago, United States Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) Use: Offices Completed: 1974

Image 4 of 25 from gallery of The 25 Tallest Buildings in the World. Willis Tower (former Sears Tower). Image © TonyTheTiger [Wikipedia] under license CC BY 2.0

Mapping the Lost Mansions of Chicago's Gilded Age - Marshall Field's house, architect Richard Morris Hunt

Chicago is rightly famed for its groundbreaking architecture and while the Loop's tall skyscrapers often steal the spotlight, the city also had its share of great mansions built for tycoons with...

May we never forget the TWIN TOWERS. I love how the sun shines through like a cross.

Who are the presidential candidates? Barack Obama is running for re-election. His Republican opponent is Mitt Romney, whose running mate is Paul Ryan.

Dreaming of an up close and personal view of the Northern Lights? What about quaint tours of picturesque villages and hikes along fjords? Look no further than Norway. Princess cruises through Northern Europe take you to faraway archipelagos like Gravdal in the Lofoten Islands where port excursions are abundant.

Dreaming of an up close and personal view of the Northern Lights? What about quaint tours of picturesque villages and hikes along fjords? Look no further than Norway. Princess cruises through Northern Europe take you to faraway archipelagos like Gravdal in the Lofoten Islands where port excursions are abundant.

Reliance Building (1895), 3/4 view, 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois | by lumierefl. Pinned by #CarltonInnMidway - www.carltoninnmidway.com

Chicago School design by Charles B. Atwood (1849-1896) of Chicago's D.H. Burnham & Co. • first skyscraper with plate glass windows a majority of building's surface area now houses Hotel Burnham • after years of neglect, deteriorating building rescued by City of Chicago and renovated, 1994 • Atwood obituary, NYT, 01/01/1896 • Wikipedia • Designated Chicago Landmark, 1995 • Designated National Historic Landmark, 1976 • National Register #70000237, 1970