The Run Down

Chicago's history has been shaped by different waves of immigrants from all over the world, and we're celebrating part of that history with a visit to Chicago's Ukrainian Village neighborhood. This neighborhood has been a central hub for Ukrainian-American's since the first mass migration of immigrants in 1870.  Our trip to has us taking in Ukrainian food, art, and history on this three-stop guide.  Here are the highlights.

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