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Here I was at the Hancock Center Observatory (360 Chicago) and point my camera diretecty to the street.

Here you can see one of the most importants places of Chicago. The Water Tower (right side surrounded by trees) and the Chicago Avenue Pumping Station the building in the other corner.

The Tower was built in 1869 and was one of the buildings that wasn't destroyed by the Great Fire of 1871. The Chicago Avenue Pumping Station was built in the same year of 1969. Both structures were built by the architect William W. Boyington (1818–1898).

Crossing between the historical buildings we have the Michigan Avenye or commonly named Magnificent Mile where great stores, banks, hotels are located.

Soon I'll upload photos from both building took from the street.

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