Unexpectedly, I came here and saw two beautiful statues, beautiful women in ancient Greek mythology. Nearly a hundred years old, the buildings are tall and magnificent, with limestone walls. Visits are not allowed in the interior. Photographs can only be taken on the outside.
The Chicago Futures Exchange (CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE) was established in 1848. There are two goddess sculptures at the entrance, which symbolize agriculture and industry. They were established in 1885. The architectural renovation was destroyed in 1929. In 2005, two new elegant sculptures were erected again. Nearby are financial institutions such as the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHIACAGO). The exchange is near the railway station, and there are many buses on NORTH MICHIGAN AVENUE, the so-called Magnificent Mile street. Let's go in and look at the photos and some introductions in the corridor. The trading hall is not open to the public now.
The Chicago Futures Exchange Building is 45 stories high. It used to be a world famous skyscraper for a long time. We often see him in many American dramas. The building itself is full of artistic decoration. Sculptures and large stone sculptures, especially the statue of the goddess on the third floor of the atrium, are quite well-known.
The Chicago Futures Exchange is a famous landmark building in Chicago. There is no doubt that the buildings in Chicago deserve to be appreciated slowly. The main reason is that the time is too abundant. Today the weather is quite good. There is no camera. Take a picture with a mobile phone, and the effect is good.
Chicago Futures Exchange Building, located in Chicago's financial and commercial center, is the most prosperous place in the United States. It's a modern building, full of financial flavor. Come here and take some pictures to commemorate it. It's suitable for the scenic spots. There are many special shops around the building.
All the heights and heights of the world are for profit, and all the fatness of the world is for profit.
The world's most famous futures exchanges, the rise of futures trading, and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.