To be honest, I can't see the special of this place, it's just a building, and I may not have a deep understanding of its history.
The Kluczynski Federal Building is a modern skyscraper in Chicago, designed by a well-known designer. Its name Kluczynski comes from a member of the US Congress. After Obama took office, a translation bureau was established here, which promoted the improvement of confidentiality work in the surrounding areas.
The scene is more magnificent than the photos, and it is worth seeing.
The height of less than 200 meters is not that special in Chicago where skyscrapers gather. The glass curtain wall of the building, named after a former member of the US Congress, is a bit like a miniature version of New York’s past World Trade Center, and plays a very good role in regulating the building complex in the city center.