Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Salt Lake Temple on a clear Winter Day



The Salt Lake Temple is one of the older buildings in Utah, constructed over a span of 40 years, and dedicated in April of 1893.

4 comments:

Destitute Rebel said...

Looks like a magnificient building, great shot.

Clueless in boston said...

Hi, this is my first visit here.

The Temple is a magnificent building. I took a tour a couple of years ago and loved it. I think it is definitely worth more than one post:) Would love to see pictures where the Tabernacle Choir sings. Wasn't it renovated recently?

Jilly said...

What a magnificent building. Lovely photo too.

Abby said...

Temple Square in the Spring when the gardens are in full bloom, and then at Christmas Time, when the trees are full of lights, is awe-inspiring. I promise I will give you lots more to see. I'll try to get some shots of the inside of the newly renovated tabernacle for you, Boston.
The Conference Center, which is just North of Temple Square, also had some incredible views, and I will share some of those, too.
If you are ever in Salt Lake, the Joseph Smith Memorial building - which is just east of the Temple, allows for some amazing views of the Temple from its west facing top floor windows. A very nice meal can be had there as well.