This painting shows Cyrus Teed's view of what his utopian community would look like. The restored site at Koreshan Park was considered 'Home Grounds,' the center of what would become New Jerusalem. The planned city would encompass six square miles and house 10 million people. Formal gardens enhanced a city plan laid out in geometric patterns based on the arc, the cord and the radius.

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This painting shows Cyrus Teed's view of what his utopian community would look like. The restored site at Koreshan Park was considered "Home Grounds," the center of what would become New Jerusalem. The planned city would encompass six square miles and house 10 million people. Formal gardens enhanced a city plan laid out in geometric patterns based on the arc, the cord and the radius.

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