This might be slightly off-topic. For which I apologize. I'm working from limited material as I travel. Besides which, this is one of the odder collisions of religion and politics.
We all know what the US Capitol building looks like from the outside. From the inside, however, that distinctive dome is even more distinctive, thanks to a mid-19th century fresco that looks suspiciously like an Assumption of Mary image, except the person rising into heaven is George Washington. (You can view an image of the fresco here. Washington is in the six o'clock position.)
Instead of being attended to by angels and saints, he is attended by thirteen women meant to represent the thirteen colonies. Around the outer edge of the fresco are allegories of war, agriculture, commerce and so-forth through classical (i.e. Greek/Roman) deities granting leadership and instruction.
The use of classical deities is fairly common in Washington DC, as it is in neoclassical style in general. They are used as symbols rather than representatives of actual deities. But I have to say that placing George Washington among them ascending into the clouds is a truly bizarre combination, practically deifying Washington, which would undoubtedly horrify him.