This was the number 2 item on my bucket list, and it definitely delivered. Seeing the place for myself was an experience unlike any other. You should definitely visit the second floor as it gives a feel for the gigantic scale of the building. Unfortunately, there were renovations going on when I visited and the scaffolding was unsightly on the inside, but I'm glad to see that they are preserving the history so that it will be around for future generations to marvel at as well.
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