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  1. Buildings along the Chicago River.

    A cruise boat heads west from the Michigan Avenue bridge, past the art-deco Mather Tower and Helmut Jahn's studio atop the neo-baroque Jewelers Building.

  2. Helmut Jahn's Thompson Center.

    Helmut Jahn's brassy Thompson Center has drawn mixed reviews.

  3. Tourists look at Chicago architecture.

    On a walking tour, architecture fans look at Helmut Jahn's Thompson Center while standing next to a Jean Dubuffet sculpture that locals call "Snoopy in a Blender.''

  4. Trump and Tribune towers in Chicago.

    Along Michigan Avenue, the 98-story Trump Tower, finished in 2009, faces the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower, finished in 1925.

  5. A bicycle tour in Chicago.

    On a Chicago Architecture Foundation bike tour, bicyclists look toward Streeterville from Olive Park.

  6. A Chicago River cruise guide.

    Chicago Architecture Foundation docent Karen Luckritz discusses buildings on a river cruise.

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