Updated: May 18, 2020 10:40 PM
Created: May 07, 2020 05:48 PM
It's bright red and can be seen for miles.
The First National Bank sign in downtown St. Paul has been part of the city's skyline for nearly a century.
"This is the icon of downtown St. Paul," property manager Rick Rossi said. "I think you can see it for at least 20 miles on a good day."
The building was built in 1931 and the sign went up about a year later.
The sign was always red when it used neon lights, now with LED lights they can change the sign to different colors.
Many look at the sign as a part of Minnesota history.
"It's probably one of the more iconic pieces of the skyline in the Twin Cities," Rossi said.
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