The Run Down

As we continue our exploration of Chicago, we're constantly reminded of how different groups of people and different cultures from all over the world have shaped our fine city. For this week's guide we're celebrating that and are headed to the near west side of Chicago to visit the Ukrainian Village neighborhood. This neighborhood has been a central hub for Ukrainian-American's since the first mass migration of Ukrainian immigrants in 1870.  On our short trip we'll be taking in Ukrainian food, art, and history on this three-stop guide.  Here are the highlights.

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