This is a faraway image of St. Peter's Catholic Church, which is located at 8116 Niles Center Road, Skokie, Illinois
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This is the First Congregational Church of Dundee, which is located at 900 South 8th Street, West Dundee, IL.
This is the Barrington United Methodist Church, which is located in the town of Barrington Hills, Illinois, The church was originally located in Barrington, Illinois. While it was having renovation work done on the building, it was accidentally burned down by the workmen. The new church was built on a much larger piece of property, approximately 3 miles south of the former location.
St Mary's Church of Gilberts, Illinois. Built in 1882, at a cost of $2,500. The church is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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This image was taken at 1375 West Jackson, and is approximately 11 blocks away from the main subject of the photo - THE FORMER SEARS TOWER. I refuse to officially call it by the "OFFICIAL" name - WILLIS TOWER.
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The photo was taken of the Willis Tower (I truly hate calling it that, just like Wrigley Field should never have it's name changed - Sears Tower should have been a permanent name)from the main Chicago Post Office (approximately 4 blocks south of Willis Tower.)
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St. Mary's Catholic Church - 7307 40th Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The Marilyn Monroe statue is a temporary piece of "art", located in Chicago, ILL. It is specifically located in Pioneer Court, which is across the street from the Wrigley building (410 North Michigan Avenue), and is next door to the Chicago Tribune's headquarters.
The statue is duplicating the famous scence from Marilyn's movie, The Seven Year Itch.
This particular image of the Marilyn Monroe statue was an image of her cute posterior (covered up by her panties.)
The Holier-Than-Thou Chicago Sun Times columnist, Richard Roeper hates the image. A Roeper quote -"[T]his thing is just hideous." Of course, the beloved Picasso statue wasn't always beloved. It was hated when it was first built. Art is supposed to get people involved, and the Marilyn statue is definitely doing that
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St. Alphonsus Catholic church under renovation.
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