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Sited on the West Side of Chicago, Humboldt Park has been providing pleasure to the city's residents for over a hundred years, thanks to the efforts of architects William Le Baron Jenney and Danish immigrant Jens Jensen. Discover what they did to make the park special, as you walk through it yourself, with this audio tour from the Chicago Park District, starting at the central Humboldt Monument.
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