Seen from almost everywhere as I zigzagged back and forth across the river in Milwaukee is City Hall. It was built in 1895 and became a National Historical Landmark in 2005. It is 393 feet tall and the Flemish Rennaisance structure required 8 million bricks.
City Hall is currently being restored, and while a Sunday visit meant I got this great shot of the empty entrance, it also meant I couldn't go inside to see more.
Click here to learn more about touring City Hall, including a video tour. I know I'm going back to see more! The restoration means she'll be around another hundred years, but I don't think I'll wait that long.