Auditorium Building, Chicago

Auditorium Building, Chicago

The Auditorium Building was originally built in 1889 as Chicago's Opera House. Today, it combines a hotel, office space and a spectacular theater. The building features Eclectic Romanesque Revival architectural style. Its main highlights are the proscenium arch over the theater stage painted with 45 life-size classical figures, and the mosaics inside the building which are estimated to include 50 million pieces of marble.
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Sight Name: Auditorium Building
Sight Location: Chicago, USA
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
Guide(s) containing this sight: Architectural Walking Tour in The Loop District  


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