Architechture of Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

April 2, 2009

The design of the Fed building in quite interesting. I noticed it while watching a documentary the other night. They even have a Green Man bust somewhere in the interior (representing wealth as the same concept as fertility).

Here’s a website that discusses the building:

“This 12-story classical building is modelled on the Renaissance palazzo, perhaps most obviously Michelozzo’s Medici-Ricardi Palazzo in Florence. …the building conveys a strength and power like the palaces of Renaissance bankers”


If you are interested in the esoteric symbolism of money, especially US money, and the bank that issues it, read Solomon’s Treasure: The Magic and Mystery of America’s Money, by Tracy R. Twyman.

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