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Milwaukee Skyline Panoramic Picture, Wisconsin

Milwaukee Skyline Panoramic Picture, Wisconsin

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This panoramic photograph of Milwaukee was taken by James Blakeway and features a twilight view of downtown Milwaukee, the largest city in Wisconsin. The tallest building in the city and the state of Wisconsin is the 43-story US Bank Center. Just right of US Bank Center, along the water, is the Milwaukee Art Museum with its wings open and lit. The wing-like sun screen, called the Burke Brise Soleil, rests on top of the Museum and is unprecedented in American architecture, spreading 217 feet at its widest point. Unless weather prohibits, the wings are opened when the museum opens each day.
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Milwaukee, WI Skyline Pictures

As the largest city in Wisconsin, Milwaukee skyline pictures show the 28th most populous city in the U.S. and is home to over 2 million residents. With a number of historic landmarks and buildings, Milwaukee panoramas show a city with a unique combination of Midwest American, French-Canadian and German influence.

Perhaps most well known for its history as a brewing center in the Midwest, Milwaukee skyline pictures show a city which grew around the world's largest beer breweries of Miller, Schlitz, Blatz, and Pabst, with the Miller Brewing Company one of the city's largest employers to this day.

The US Bank Center is the tallest building seen in Milwaukee skyline pictures and is also the tallest building in Wisconsin at 43 stories. Seen along the shore of Lake Michigan in Milwaukee photos is the Milwaukee Art Museum, with the Burke Brise Soleil seated on its top.

When viewing pictures of the Milwaukee city skyline, it's evident that Milwaukee residents take pride in revitalizing this important city of the Midwest. Rich Native American and European history is evident in the city's architecture and cultures today, making it continue to be a popular destination for tourism and business and a stopping point when traveling to Lake Michigan.

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