In Chicago to the churches are skyscrapers. This is the case of the Temple Building, considered the world's tallest church. In fact, only the first 23 floors are dedicated to religious use by the Methodist church. The remainder is used for conventional offices. Located in Daley Plaza, the administrative center of Chicago, it is constructed using steel and brick in theneo-gothic style. It is topped by a bell tower that looks like it could be part of a set of a Batman movie. It is customary in this city of impressive edificiaciones, to appreciate the details of the raised portions from another skyscraper.