Salt Lake Temple

Salt Lake Temple popularly known as Mormon Church is one of the most famous tourist spots in Salt Lake City. This Church was constructed over an astounding span of 40 years between 1853 and 1893. This giant granite six-spire structure was a result of many sacrifices made by the people settled in this valley at that time. On the front wall of this massive structure, marked in golden words is the phrase "The House of the Lord". Mormons believe strongly that literally. More insightful information about religious or spiritual sites of Salt Lake city or any other city to be found in our exhilarating articles.
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Be Sure to Visit the Salt Lake Temple - The Centerpiece of Temple Square

Here we go to the Salt Lake Temple in the Salt Lake City, UT. Salt Lake City, though has number of attractions, the building designed by Brigham Young in the Year 1847 stands tall as the most visited tourist destination of the salt lake city. Salt Lake temple in the temple square records for the most number of visitors every year and every day. Take a small tour to the Salt Lake Temple from the Virtual Tourist website.

Salt Lake Temple at Virtual Tourist

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When comparing more than 130 well-known temples of the Jesus Christ Churches of Latter Day Saints, the Salt Lake Temple stands as the tallest and the largest one. This centerpiece of Temple Square covers an area of 10 acres. Public and visitors are allowed only to take a trip around the temple grounds, as many considered the church as most sacred one.

Salt Lake Temple at Wikipedia

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Almost 4 to 5 million people enter the gates of the Salt Lake Temple every year, making it the most visited place of the Salt Lake City. Everyone who visited this place praised their visit and declared that it is really worth to travel across the world to see such great building.

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If you are planning to visit the Salt Lake Temple, then you can just view some reviews about the place written by people all over the world to know the specialty and importance of their visit to this temple.

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Marvellous History of Salt Lake Temple: Get to Know More of Such a Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

The Salt Lake Temple is one of the largest temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and it is the masterpiece of the 10 acre Temple Square of Salt Lake City, in Utah. The temple has got a historical significance and it is the fourth operating temple, which was built by the church.

The structure of the Salt Lake Temple is recognized as the religious symbol of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints across the world. Its six major towers and aisle represents the restoration of priesthood authority, with the appearance of the "House of the Lord" in its exterior.

The foundation stone of the temple was laid on February 14, 1853, with Brigham Young. Its great structure is made up of granite and sandstone. The builders also used the wooden railroad spur, a canal, and constructed wagon. The temple was completed within a year and nearly 2,000 people crowded the fourth floor of the Assembly Room.

Salt Lake temple history

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the history of Salt Lake City on Wikipedia

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is also one of the most common Mormon missionaries of the world, with over fifty thousand full-time missionaries across the world. These young men and women undergo the teachings and learning of the Church.

They need to attend the regular church meetings, regular prayer, and study of the scriptures and follow the law of the chastity and Word of Wisdom.

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