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Fresno California Temple

The Fresno California Temple was the fourth temple built in the state of California and the first built in the Central Valley of California. The Fresno California Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was announced by President Gordon B. Hinckley in 1999, but plans for the temple originated in 1997 when […]

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Snowflake Arizona Temple Fun Facts

-The Snowflake Arizona Temple is the second temple built in Arizona. The first temple in Arizona is the Mesa Temple, built in 1927. -The Snowflake Arizona Temple is 18,621 square feet. -The Snowflake Arizona Temple was dedicated by Gordon B. Hinckley on March 3, 2002. -The Snowflake Arizona Temple is the ’sister temple’ to the […]

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Architecture of the Manhattan, New York Temple

Each temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has their own unique craftsmanship, so no two temples are exactly the same. The Manhattan, New York temple is unique because it was built from an existing building and the challenges of being in on a busy, New York street and the lighting of […]

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Awesome facts about the Kyiv, Ukraine Temple

-In 1991, Elder Boyd K. Packer dedicated Ukraine for the preaching of the Gospel. -In 1991 when Elder Boyd K. Packer dedicated Ukraine for the preaching of the gospel he prophesied that “the spires of temples will be seen across this great land.” -Missionaries, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, had only […]

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History of the St. George Temple Spire

In original pictures of the St. George Temple notice the difference in how the spire looks today. The spire is very different from the Temple you are use to looking at in St. George. At the very end of the building process of the St. George Temple, they builders had finished the spire, and it […]

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Awesome Facts about the St. George Temple:

  St. George Temple is a beautiful, special place, full of history.  Let’s jump in and go over some interesting facts! -The St. George is the longest operating temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  There were temples built by the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day […]

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