Glessner House


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Glessner House, located in Chicago, Illinois, is a great destination for photographers looking to capture the beauty of 19th century architecture and design. The house is a masterpiece of the “Chicago School” of architecture, a style characterized by its use of steel-frame construction and the architectural ornamentation. The house features a unique blend of medieval and classical elements, providing photographers with a diverse range of subjects to capture.

Visitors can take a guided tour of the house to learn more about its history, architecture, and the Glessner family who lived there. The Glessner House was built in 1887-1890, it was designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson and it is considered one of the greatest examples of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture in the United States.

It was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1974 and it is open to the public for tours. With its beautiful setting, unique architecture, and rich history, Glessner House is a great destination for photographers interested in capturing the beauty of 19th century architecture and design.

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