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State of Illinois
City of Chicago
Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau
Chicago Library
University of Illinois
Loyola University Chicago
Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago Board of Trade
Chicago Mercantile Exchange
McCormick Place
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The Art Institute of Chicago
The Garfield Park Conservatory
Museum Campus of Chicago
The Field Museum
Museum of Science and Industry
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Chicago Sun-Times
The Chicago Tribune
Chicago O'Hare International Airport

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    The Great Chicago Fire became a turning point in the history of the city. The citizens of Chicago resurrected the city and even built momentum for more development after the fire.

    The 1920s brought important advances to the development of Chicago as a tourist destination. In 1927, the Chicago Municipal Airport (renamed Midway Airport in 1949) opened. From 1945 to 1958 it became the world's busiest air terminal. Also, beginning in 1929 and within a five-year span, three of Chicago's most famous attractions opened: the Shedd Aquarium, the Adler Planetarium, and the Museum of Science and Industry.

    In the new millennium, Chicago continues to be an economic powerhouse, with an especially strong convention and tourism industry. The centralized location of the city, unmatched venues and world-class attractions continue to make Chicago one of the most popular destinations in the country.



    What makes Chicago Illinois so special?

    A city of life, beauty and spirit, Chicago exemplifies work and play coming together. With countless contributions already made to the world of business and tourism, Chicago continues to evolve in order to maintain its standing as a leading convention and tourism destination.

    The town of Chicago expanded its boundaries and became a city in March, 1837. The development of the railroad and the Illinois/Michigan Canal in 1848 proved necessary for Chicago's growth. Both helped the city become prominent in the cattle, hog, lumber, and wheat industries, and the city's population tripled in the six years following the opening of the canal.

    As the city continued to grow, there were set-backs along the way, one of the largest being the Great Chicago Fire. On October 8, 1871, the Chicago Fire destroyed most of the city's central area. By 12 a.m. October 10, it had destroyed nearly four square miles of the city, claimed at least 250 lives and left 100,000 residents homeless. More than 17,000 buildings were destroyed, and property damages were estimated at $200 million.

    For more information about Chicago Illinois, check out the links we've provided for you. These organizations are eager to tell you what's great about their "home".

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