Andersonville, Chicago

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Joel Fulleda
@joelfulleda
SOURCES CONSULTED:

wikipedia.org, lonelyplanet.com

Author and references

Il Andersonville neighborhood it is located in the north of the city, overlooking the shores of Lake Michigan. It was once a simple fishing village founded by Swedish immigrants, while today it is the center of gay and lesbian community of Chicago where there is a wonderfully multicultural air. The commercial area of ​​Andersonville is dedicated to small and large shops of typical products of the area that refer to the Swedish origins of the place.

To better delve into the history of the place, a walk along theAndersonville Commercial Historic District, between 4900 and 5800 of North Clark Street, where there are many historical places included in a national renovation and enhancement project.

How to reach us

the neighborhood can be reached by bus 22 (Clark stop) or 92 (Foster stop), or 36 (Broadway)

    
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