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This is what Chicago looks like today. Beautiful skyline, wonderful lake and just an all around great place to live. Tris' Chicago is a little different. It has a marsh for a lake, and it's probably a little smaller and enclosed by a big fence.
The Hub is the main gathering point for all the factions. This is where Tris goes for the choosing ceremony! Today it's currently called the Willis Tower, but was the Sears Tower for many years before that, and it's what Veronica calls it in Divergent.
Currently you can show your Dauntless side by going out on one of the enclosed balconies that allow you to look straight down!
This is what Tris, Four and the other Dauntless members would jump on and off of to get to where they are going.
Everyone loves the capture the flag scene. When Tris and Four climb the ferris wheel, so cool! The ferris wheel in Chicago is on Navy Pier. Here are a few pics so you can get a feel for what Tris and Four were up to, and how totally Dauntless it was of them both!
The John Hancock Building is home to one of Tris' big Dauntless moments, zip-lining off the top of the building! As you can tell, this took a lot of courage to do, it's not a short tower. The picture of the road and the lake is a picture of Lake Shore Drive, and approximately the view that Tris would have had looking down from the John Hancock building. Who wouldn't want to zip line and take in that view?
Tris and Caleb talk in front of a big bean when she goes to visit him at the Erudite head quarters, this is the bean! Its in Millennium Park and my best guess from the description in Divergent, the buildings that are behind The Bean in the picture
would be the Erudite head quarters.
Insurgent locations coming soon...