A - Art Institute Scott Olson / Getty The Art Institute of Chicago holds one of the largest collections of Impressionist paintings in the world. But more importantly, it was the location of this famous scene from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. B - Buckingham Fountain Peter Stasiewicz/Peter Stasiewicz Dedicated in 1927 and located in the center of Grant Park, this landmark is one of the largest fountains in the world. Imagine how many wishes it holds. Probably, just, so many. C - Concerts youtu.be Lollapalooza, anyone? D - Deep Dish Pizza Flickr: joshb / Via Creative Commons It's not the only pizza we eat, but we'll happily defend its honor. E - Elevated Train Flickr: needoptic / Via Creative Commons Known simply as "The L." Sometimes Batman drives under it. Or rather, Bruce Wayne. *wink* F - Ferris Wheel Flickr: anhgemus-photography / Via Creative Commons Fun Fact: The first ferris wheel was designed and constructed in Chicago. Suck it, posers! G - Great Chicago Fire Hulton Archive / Getty The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 nearly destroyed the entire city and was one of the largest U.S. disasters of the 19th century. But we rebuilt and now we're bigger and better because of it. H - Hot Dog Scott Olson / Getty Our food is just better than yours. Now get out of here with that ketchup. I - Improv Flickr: travelinglibrarian / Via Creative Commons Some of the greatest comedians of our time got their start at Chicago's Second City club and it continues to be a launching point for up-and-coming funny people. J - Jordan Jonathan Daniel / Stringer The greatest of all time. K - Kanye West Via youtu.be The self-proclaimed greatest of all time. Thanks for the love, Yeezy. L - Lake Shore Drive Flickr: cmozz / Via Creative Commons Chicago is super pretty, you guys. M - Millennium Park Logan Rhoades We made a bean famous. A bean! Chicago is amazing. N - Navy Pier Flickr: cseeman / Via Creative Commons Where you can ride the 150-foot ferris wheel, watch a Shakespearean play, take a scenic cruise, go shopping, watch an IMAX movie, and finish off the night with some food and a drink at the beer garden. O - Oprah Kevin Winter / Getty The queen of Chicago and daytime television. While on air, The Oprah Winfrey Show was the highest-rated talk show in American television history. You da man, Oprah. P - Picasso Flickr: 62689614@N02 / Via Creative Commons Although no one is really sure what this sculpture truly represents (thanks for the ambiguity, Pablo), it has become a staple of the city. Q - Quenneville Bruce Bennett / Getty Joel Quenneville, aka "Coach Q," aka "The Mustache." R - River Scott Olson / Getty The most beautiful green river in the nation. And probably the world. (For a few days, at least). And when it's not St. Patrick's Day, this river is still the coolest. S - Sears Tower Scott Olson / Getty I'm sorry, but that's what it's called. "Willis Tower" is for tourists and for people who don't know the name of this building. T - Taste of Chicago Flickr: peterfuchs / Via Creative Commons The Taste of Chicago is the world's largest food festival, making it an incredible event to people-watch. U - Union Station Flickr: jstephenconn / Via Creative Commons This is Chicago's railroad station. There are many like it, but this one is Chicago's. V - Variety Flickr: vonderauvisuals / Via Creative Commons You want good food? Chicago's got it. You want art? Chicago's got it. You want to play chess before an outdoor football game and then go to a bar with dueling pianos? Well you can do that in Chicago. W - Wrigley Field AP / Joe Raymond The ivy and the atmosphere make Wrigley "The Friendly Confines" of Chicago. There's really no place like the home of the Cubbies. X - Super Bowl XX Paul Natkin / Getty Images The '85 Chicago Bears dominated the New England patriots 46-10 in Super Bowl XX. It was the greatest football team ever of all time in the history of the universe. Y - "You Guys" Flickr: stuckincustoms / Via Creative Commons You guys know what I'm talking about. Z- Zoo Flickr: opacity / Via Creative Commons The Lincoln Park Zoo has tons of animals, including but not limited to polar bears, leopards, lions, a baby rhino, and the nation's mascot, a bald eagle.