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Chicago Cultural Center

Completed in 1897 as Chicago’s first central public library, the Chicago Cultural Center is an architectural marvel: it’s constructed with rare marble, expensive stone, fine hardwoods, and features the world’s largest Tiffany dome (38 feet in diameter). In 1991 it became the first free municipal center of its kind.

The Chicago Cultural Center now presents more than 1,000 free concerts, performances, and exhibits each year.

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