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Millenium Park Monday

Downtown Chicago Feb 6 2016

While strolling past, “The Bean” a few days ago, I also stopped to gaze at this glorious city’s buildings.  I must say Chicago has the finest architecture I have ever seen.  It’s eclectic, and yet cohesive at the same time.

The steel structure you see is Millenium Park’s bandshell.  “Pritzker Pavillion” holds dozens of free concerts throughout the summer months.  “Grant Park Symphony Orchestra” fills the downtown with wonderful sounds of musical notes that carry far beyond Millenium Park’s border.

Having, “The Bean” and, “Pritzker Pavillion” shining brightly in the downtown area provides a brilliant  segue to the cityscape of Chicago.

Have a shiny Monday, everyone!


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