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|The International Amphitheatre was an indoor arena, located in Chicago, Illinois, between 1934 and 1999.|
The arena, which seated 9,000, was the first home of the Chicago Packers of the NBA during 1961-62, before changing their name to the Chicago Zephyrs and moving to the Chicago Coliseum for their second season. It was also the home of the Chicago Bulls during their inaugural...
|Park Hyatt Chicago is a premium choice among Chicago luxury hotels, near historic Water Tower Square and legendary Michigan Avenue. |
|Chicago Elevated 'L' + Metra Suburbian Rail + Projects||07/09/2007||1,336|
|Chicago O'Hare International Airport|
Over 70 million people a year travel through Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
|A United Airlines 757 over Chicago||09/15/2008||1,066|
|Interesting places of Chicago||12/01/2005||821|
|Commuter rail on elevated tracks, Chicago, Illinois.||09/13/2005||579|
|I noticed this airliner over The Chicago Museum of science and industry when doing research on a visit. It almost looked like an exhibit until I noticed how large it would be.||11/02/2010||688|
|U.S. Cellular Field a.k.a. "The Cell" or (formerly New Comiskey Park) is a baseball stadium in Chicago, Illinois. It is the home of the Chicago White Sox||01/31/2008||380|
|Built in 1869, the Chicago Water Tower resembles a 13th Century castle and is 154ft. (47m) tall.||02/07/2006||434|
|A caricature of legendary Chicago Cubs announcer Harry Caray on his restaurant in Chicago,IL.||02/12/2007||417|
|This is the Harold Washington Library in Chicago, as described by this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_Public_Library|
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|In this area there are a lot of strange lines.||08/06/2006||1,060|