Are you reviewing the city hall? Correct. Yes, it's me. First of all, I want to say that we did not go to Cook County City Hall to actually serve. The only reason we went was that my fiance and I were both Blues brothers. We didn’t think you could go to Chicago or see where Jack and Elroy came from almost the entire city of Chicago law enforcement. We walked through the esteemed Richard·J·Daly Square, "seeing where they got Picasso", and went straight into the Cook County City Hall. I'm surprised that there are no metal detectors, but there are signs that there are no guns. That's right, guys, just please no weapons. Maybe there is a metal detector upstairs? It's great to be able to walk around. We did not go to the appraiser's office. But it's about lunch time, so he might be back in five minutes. We asked a police officer if there were any signs or plaques dedicated to the Bruce brothers. The police officer we asked, did you give us a blank gaze before supervision? The police officer came over to talk to us. Very nice lady. She unfortunately told us that there were no signs (which was disappointing), but she was able to share some gossip about how they made the film and where it was shot. Some facts we know, some new facts, but we like this visit very much. Even if you are not a fan of the blues brothers, the interior is gorgeous and the building is beautiful. Everyone is very nice and polite to us. We were worried and worried the whole time we were there, we would be kicked out or yelled for taking pictures, but most of the staff were more willing to provide us with information. Maybe they should start traveling to the Bruce Brothers or Alcapone.
Chicago City Hall is the seat of the Chicago City Government, City Council, and Cook County Office. It is surrounded by Randolph Street, LaSalle Street, Washington Street and Clark Street on all sides. It is 11 stories high and has a classical revival style. It was put into use in 1911. There are four granite reliefs at the entrance of Chicago City Hall, which represent the four main issues that the city government is concerned about: sports fields, schools, parks, and water supply. In 2001, a roof garden was established and opened to the public in summer.
Chicago City Hall is a neoclassical building. The three-dimensional hanging screen sculpture at the entrance of the building shows the four aspects that the Chicago government attaches most importance to: playgrounds, schools, parks and water supply systems. In 2001, a garden was built on the roof of the city hall to test the suppression of the urban heat island effect by the greening of the roof.