Pilsen

Pilsen started out in the 19C as the largest settlement of Bohemian immigrants in the country. Over the years, Germans, Irish, Polish and Lithuanians passed through here, and today Pilsen forms the core of Chicago's enormous Hispanic population. The neighborhood, which centers on Halsted and 18th streets, also attracts artists, who open their studios in late September or early October each year.

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Adresse : 

1420 W 17th St

Nearby tourist attractions

National Museum of Mexican Art
National Museum of Mexican Art
The largest institution of its kind in
60 minutes
St. Ignatius College Prep
St. Ignatius College Prep
This interesting pair of buildings
30 minutes
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Illinois at Chicago
This inner-city campus has generated
15 minutes
Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
If you're interested in the history of
90 minutes
Dearborn Station
Dearborn Station
Loop skyscrapers rise to the north
30 minutes
Willis Tower (former Sears Tower)
Willis Tower (former Sears Tower)
Tallest building in the world for over
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St. Ignatius College Prep
St. Ignatius College Prep
This interesting pair of buildings
30 minutes
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Illinois at Chicago
This inner-city campus has generated
15 minutes
Dearborn Station
Dearborn Station
Loop skyscrapers rise to the north
30 minutes
See all