It is one of the largest American cities and one of the most important business areas. It is inhabited by a large number of people with Polish roots, whose ancestors emigrated to the USA before the outbreak of World War I. It is one of the greenest cities in the USA, where sports and recreation are an important aspect of residents' lives. Over the years, Chicago has also become an important scientific center and its inhabitants have offered the world many innovations that we still use today.
Du Sable was a black merchant and trapper who came from Haiti to the Chicago area between 1770 and 1780.
At that time, the town had 350 inhabitants.
It was then that the city saw an influx of people who came to America from Europe. In 1900, 1.7 million people lived in Chicago, and 10 years later it was almost 2.2 million.
Only later did other American cities adopt this color for this type of transport.
There are over 321 kilometers of bicycle paths in the city, 30 km of which run along the lake shoreline.
The green space in the city covers an area of over 35 square kilometers.
For those craving theater arts, there are over 250 theaters available.
The most famous of them are Alinea, The Berghoff, Gene & Georgetti Steakhouse, Gibson's Bar & Steakhouse, Girl & the Goat, and The Signature Room at the 95th.
There is a fantastic view of the city from there, which is a perfect addition to the restaurant's excellent cuisine.
It is the largest museum dedicated to science and engineering in this region. In the museum you can admire a full-scale replica of a coal mine, the German U-boat U 505, and the command module of the Apollo 8 mission.
The building has a height of 442,3 m to the roof and a total height of 527,3 m.
This type of pizza is characterized by a thick layer of dough and ingredients and looks more like a casserole or a tart.
The originator of this initiative was Dr. Bernard Fantus.
The procedure took place in 1893 and was completely successful and the patient recovered after 2 months.