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Chicago is known for its extensive and impressive collection of architectural styles throughout the city. Take a tour of some of the Windy City's inspirational buildings.
The Chicago Theater: Neo-Baroque, French Revival Style
The Chicago Theatre was constructed in 1921 as a movie theater, and it was
designed by architects Cornelius W. Rapp and George L. Rapp in their signature
Neo-Baroque, French Revival style. Photo by Cesar Russ
By Mary Kenkel
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