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The Fine Arts Palace was designed by Mr. C. B. Atwood, of Chicago. It is the only building in the exposition that still stands today; it is now the Museum of Science and Industry. The Fine Arts Palace had over one hundred and forty rooms that held thousands of paintings and sculptures from twenty different countries.

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