What is it?

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It''s the 63rd Street Beach House, formerly the Jackson Park Bathing Pavilion -- a 1919 Mediterranean Revival structure and Chicago Landmark. It originally was built for $173,000 and restored for $8 million in 1999.

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Oldest bar in Chicago:
Schaller's Pump
3714 S. Halsted

opened in late 1880's

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