We visited Cleveland's Public Square not really knowing anything about this monument. However, since it was open when we passed by, and the bronze sculptures outside were quite remarkable, we went inside. The monument is incredibly ornate on the interior, with a surprising amount of color. Stained glass windows, bronze reliefs, carved stone panels, and inlaid floors -- the architect conceived of everything, and while the subject is sober, there is nonetheless a kind of Victorian gaiety about it. I believe the monument is accessible for the disabled, as there is a platform lift outside.
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