Thursday, June 20, 2013

Temple Square Attracts Millions of Visitors

"Mormonism in Pictures” is a photo essay feature from Newsroom depicting The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its members around the world.

Historic Temple Square, in downtown Salt Lake City, is one of the most visited places in Utah. Each year, more than 5 million people walk through one of four entrances to view a multicolored landscape and well-manicured lawns.

Inside the 10-acre block of Temple Square, flowers, trees and bushes surround the Salt Lake Temple, historic Tabernacle, Assembly Hall, two visitors' centers and several statues of special significance to Latter-day Saints. All add to the peace that is found on Temple Square.
Sister missionaries from all over the world lead tours on Temple Square

Inside the South Visitors’ Center is a cut-away model of the Salt Lake Temple, as seen in this photo. Displays showing how the temple was built and videos of the Church’s award-winning Home-front public service announcements are available to view.

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