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1. Old World Third Street: Old World Third Street is a historic German neighborhood. In this area you'll fine Usingers Sausage and Maders G...
2. Maders: Maders is a famous German restaurant located on Milwaukee's Old World Third Street. Inside of Maders it really does...
3. Usinger's: Usinger's is a nationally known family owned sausage maker. They specialize in old world styles of sausages. Locate...
4. Deep Tunnel: A huge underground storage tunnel built to hold storm water runoff and sewage during heavy rains. The 19.4 mile lo...  
5. Polish Moon: The Allen Bradley clock tower, located on the Southside, where historic demographic was Poles. It's the largest fo...  
6. Starship: A Milwaukee icon for nearly 25 years. THE place to go for fashion, accessories, body jewelry, and tattoos. 3 loca...  
7. Hoan, The: Short for the Daniel Hoan Bridge, which is located along I-794, connecting Downtown Milwaukee to the souther suburb...  
8. Scudahy: Derrogitory slang name for Southern Milwaukee Suburb of Cudahy.  
9. Pabst, The: When someone from Milwaukee refers to "The Pabst", they are generally referring to the Pabst Theater, rather than t...  
10. Calatrava: Nickname for the Milwaukee Art Museum building. The new wing of the museum, designed by Santiago Calatrava, made s...  
11. Water Tower, The: The Water Tower generally refers to the North Avenue standpipe, located at the far east end of North Avenue.  
12. Goldmann's Department Store: Goldmann's Department Store, formerly located on Historic Mitchell Street, was one of the last surviving local depa...  
13. Pabst, The: A great indoor concert venue. Built back in 1895, and recognized as a historical landmark, the now several times r...  
14. Mitchell Domes: (noun) Also known as The Domes; formally titled the Mitchell Park Conservatory. Possibly Milwaukee's best known par...  
15. St. Joan of Arc Chapel: Located at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, St. Joan of Arc Chapel was originally built in France and ...  
 
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