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English: This is a photograph of Oak Street Beach in Chicago, IL on a cold night in January. The road in this picture is Lake Shore Drive. The bright, art deco building with the lit beacon is the Palmolive Building. The short building in front of the Palmolive Building is the Drake Hotel. The tall, black building behind the Palmolive Building is the John Hancock Center. The rectangular building behind and to the left of the John Hancock Center is the Water Tower Place. The tall building just right of centre, with its roof lit up in red and green, is the 900 North Michigan building.
Date 6 January 2010
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Author Jrissman


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