Comparison of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Below is a chronological list of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) with sortable columns. In the LDS Church, a temple is a building dedicated to be a House of the Lord, and considered by church members to be the most sacred structures on earth. Upon completion, temples are usually open to the public for a short period of time (an "open house"), and then each is dedicated as a "House of the Lord," after which only members in good standing are permitted to enter. Thus, they are not churches or meetinghouses, but rather specialized places of worship. There are 173 dedicated temples (167 currently operating; and 6 previously dedicated, but closed for renovation), 51 under construction, and 58 announced (not yet under construction), for a total of 282. Within temples, members of the church make covenants, receive instructions, and perform rituals and ordinances. Additionally, members consider the temple a place to commune with God, seek God's aid, understand God's will, and receive personal revelation.

The sortable columns used in this list allow easy comparisons of the different facts and features of each temple. For a list that includes pictures see this list of temples. There is also a list by geographic region with maps.

List of templesEdit

Note: Numbering of temples announced or under construction is tentative pending the dedication of the temple.

Location and StatisticsEdit

The following table is a comparison table listing location and statistics for each temple.

# Status Name Region Country Con­ti­nent Site Floor Ht Rm SR VC
1 Closed for renovation St. George Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 6 acres (24,281 m2) 110,000 sq ft (10,219 m2) 175 ft (53 m) 3 18 Yes


2 Operating Logan Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 9 acres (36,422 m2) 119,619 sq ft (11,113 m2) 170 ft (52 m) 4 11 No


3 Closed for renovation Manti Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 27 acres (109,265 m2) 100,373 sq ft (9,325 m2) 179 ft (55 m) 4 8 No


4 Closed for renovation Salt Lake Temple
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Utah United States North America 10 acres (40,469 m2) 253,015 sq ft (23,506 m2) 222 ft (68 m) 4 12 Yes


5 Operating Laie Hawaii Temple
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Hawaii United States North America 11.4 acres (46,134 m2) 42,100 sq ft (3,911 m2) 4 6 Yes


6 Operating Cardston Alberta Temple
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Alberta Canada North America 10 acres (40,469 m2) 88,562 sq ft (8,228 m2) 85 ft (26 m) 4 5 Yes


7 Operating Mesa Arizona Temple
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Arizona United States North America 20 acres (80,937 m2) 113,916 sq ft (10,583 m2) 50 ft (15 m) 4 9 Yes


8 Operating Idaho Falls Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America 7 acres (28,328 m2) 116,250 sq ft (10,800 m2) 143 ft (44 m) 4 9 Yes


9 Operating Bern Switzerland Temple
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Bern Switzerland Europe 7 acres (28,328 m2) 35,546 sq ft (3,302 m2) 140 ft (43 m) 4 7 No


10 Operating Los Angeles California Temple
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California United States North America 13 acres (52,609 m2) 190,614 sq ft (17,709 m2) 257 ft (78 m) 4 10 Yes


11 Closed for renovation Hamilton New Zealand Temple
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Waikato New Zealand Oceania 86 acres (348,030 m2) 44,212 sq ft (4,107 m2) 157 ft (48 m) 1 3 Yes


12 Operating London England Temple
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South East England United Kingdom Europe 32 acres (129,499 m2) 42,652 sq ft (3,963 m2) 190 ft (58 m) 4 7 Yes


13 Operating Oakland California Temple
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California United States North America 18.1 acres (73,248 m2) 80,157 sq ft (7,447 m2) 170 ft (52 m) 4 7 Yes


14 Operating Ogden Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 9.96 acres (40,307 m2) 112,232 sq ft (10,427 m2) 180 ft (55 m) 6 11 No


15 Operating Provo Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 17 acres (68,797 m2) 128,325 sq ft (11,922 m2) 175 ft (53 m) 6 12 No
16 Rededication scheduled Washington D.C. Temple
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Maryland United States North America 52 acres (210,437 m2) 160,000 sq ft (14,864 m2) 288 ft (88 m) 6 14 Yes


17 Operating São Paulo Brazil Temple
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São Paulo Brazil South America 1.85 acres (7,487 m2) 59,246 sq ft (5,504 m2) 2 4 No


18 Operating Tokyo Japan Temple
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Tokyo Japan Asia 0.46 acres (1,862 m2) 52,590 sq ft (4,886 m2) 178 ft (54 m) 2 5 No


19 Operating Seattle Washington Temple
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Washington United States North America 23.5 acres (95,101 m2) 110,000 sq ft (10,219 m2) 179 ft (55 m) 4 13 No


20 Operating Jordan River Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 15 acres (60,703 m2) 148,236 sq ft (13,772 m2) 219 ft (67 m) 6 16 No


21 Operating Atlanta Georgia Temple
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Georgia United States North America 9.6 acres (38,850 m2) 34,500 sq ft (3,205 m2) 92 ft (28 m) 4 5 No


22 Operating Apia Samoa Temple
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Tuamasaga Samoa Oceania 2 acres (8,094 m2) 18,691 sq ft (1,736 m2) 75 ft (23 m) 2 2 No


23 Operating Nuku'alofa Tonga Temple
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Tongatapu Tonga Oceania 1.2 acres (4,856 m2) 21,184 sq ft (1,968 m2) 2 3 No


24 Operating Santiago Chile Temple
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Santiago Chile South America 2.61 acres (10,562 m2) 20,831 sq ft (1,935 m2) 76 ft (23 m) 2 3 No


25 Operating Papeete Tahiti Temple
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Windward Islands French Polynesia Oceania 1.7 acres (6,880 m2) 12,150 sq ft (1,129 m2) 66 ft (20 m) 2 2 No


26 Operating Mexico City Mexico Temple
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Mexico City Mexico North America 7 acres (28,328 m2) 116,642 sq ft (10,836 m2) 152 ft (46 m) 4 11 Yes


27 Operating Boise Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America 4.83 acres (19,546 m2) 35,868 sq ft (3,332 m2) 112 ft (34 m) 4 4 No


28 Operating Sydney Australia Temple
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New South Wales Australia Oceania 3 acres (12,141 m2) 30,677 sq ft (2,850 m2) 2 3 No


29 Operating Manila Philippines Temple
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Metro Manila Philippines Asia 3.5 acres (14,164 m2) 26,683 sq ft (2,479 m2) 115 ft (35 m) 4 3 No


30 Operating Dallas Texas Temple
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Texas United States North America 6 acres (24,281 m2) 44,207 sq ft (4,107 m2) 95 ft (29 m) 5 4 No


31 Operating Taipei Taiwan Temple
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Taipei Taiwan Asia 0.5 acres (2,023 m2) 9,945 sq ft (924 m2) 126 ft (38 m) 4 3 No


32 Operating Guatemala City Guatemala Temple
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Guatemala Guatemala North America 1.4 acres (5,666 m2) 11,610 sq ft (1,079 m2) 126 ft (38 m) 4 3 No


33 Operating Freiberg Germany Temple
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Saxony Germany Europe 3.58 acres (14,488 m2) 21,500 sq ft (1,997 m2) 2 2 No


34 Operating Stockholm Sweden Temple
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Stockholm Sweden Europe 4.47 acres (18,089 m2) 16,366 sq ft (1,520 m2) 112 ft (34 m) 4 3 No


35 Operating Chicago Illinois Temple
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Illinois United States North America 13 acres (52,609 m2) 37,062 sq ft (3,443 m2) 112 ft (34 m) 5 3 No


36 Operating Johannesburg South Africa Temple
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Gauteng South Africa Africa 1 acre (4,047 m2) 19,184 sq ft (1,782 m2) 112 ft (34 m) 4 3 No


37 Operating Seoul Korea Temple
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Seoul South Korea Asia 1 acre (4,047 m2) 28,057 sq ft (2,607 m2) 112 ft (34 m) 1 3 yes


38 Operating Lima Peru Temple
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Lima Peru South America 4.5 acres (18,211 m2) 9,600 sq ft (892 m2) 112 ft (34 m) 4 3 No


39 Operating Buenos Aires Argentina Temple
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Buenos Aires Argentina South America 3.73 acres (15,095 m2) 30,659 sq ft (2,848 m2) 112 ft (34 m) 4 3 No


40 Operating Denver Colorado Temple
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Colorado United States North America 7.5 acres (30,351 m2) 29,177 sq ft (2,711 m2) 90 ft (27 m) 4 6 No


41 Operating Frankfurt Germany Temple
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Hesse Germany Europe 5.6 acres (22,662 m2) 32,895 sq ft (3,056 m2) 82 ft (25 m) 4 4 No


42 Operating Portland Oregon Temple
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Oregon United States North America 7.3 acres (29,542 m2) 80,500 sq ft (7,479 m2) 181 ft (55 m) 4 14 Yes


43 Operating Las Vegas Nevada Temple
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Nevada United States North America 10.3 acres (41,683 m2) 80,350 sq ft (7,465 m2) 137 ft (42 m) 4 6 No


44 Operating Toronto Ontario Temple
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Ontario Canada North America 13.4 acres (54,228 m2) 57,982 sq ft (5,387 m2) 171 ft (52 m) 4 6 No


45 Operating San Diego California Temple
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California United States North America 7.2 acres (29,137 m2) 72,000 sq ft (6,689 m2) 169 ft (52 m) 4 8 No


46 Operating Orlando Florida Temple
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Florida United States North America 13 acres (52,609 m2) 70,000 sq ft (6,503 m2) 165 ft (50 m) 4 5 No


47 Operating Bountiful Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 9 acres (36,422 m2) 104,000 sq ft (9,662 m2) 176 ft (54 m) 4 8 No


48 Operating Hong Kong China Temple
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Hong Kong China Asia 0.31 acres (1,255 m2) 51,921 sq ft (4,824 m2) 135 ft (41 m) 2 2 No


49 Operating Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 16.7 acres (67,583 m2) 107,240 sq ft (9,963 m2) 190 ft (58 m) 4 8 No


50 Operating St. Louis Missouri Temple
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Missouri United States North America 14 acres (56,656 m2) 58,749 sq ft (5,458 m2) 150 ft (46 m) 4 4 No


51 Operating Vernal Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 1.6 acres (6,475 m2) 38,771 sq ft (3,602 m2) 2 3 No


52 Operating Preston England Temple
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North West England United Kingdom Europe 32 acres (129,499 m2) 69,630 sq ft (6,469 m2) 159 ft (48 m) 4 4 No


53 Operating Monticello Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 1.33 acres (5,382 m2) 11,225 sq ft (1,043 m2) 66 ft (20 m) 2 2 No


54 Operating Anchorage Alaska Temple
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Alaska United States North America 5.4 acres (21,853 m2) 11,937 sq ft (1,109 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 1 No


55 Operating Colonia Juárez Chihuahua Mexico Temple
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Chihuahua Mexico North America 2.56 acres (10,360 m2) 6,800 sq ft (632 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 1 1 No


56 Operating Madrid Spain Temple
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Madrid Spain Europe 3.5 acres (14,164 m2) 45,800 sq ft (4,255 m2) 4 4 No


57 Operating Bogotá Colombia Temple
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Distrito Capital Colombia South America 3.71 acres (15,014 m2) 53,500 sq ft (4,970 m2) 124 ft (38 m) 4 3 No


58 Operating Guayaquil Ecuador Temple
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Guayas Ecuador South America 6.2 acres (25,091 m2) 45,000 sq ft (4,181 m2) 4 3 No


59 Operating Spokane Washington Temple
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Washington United States North America 2 acres (8,094 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


60 Closed for renovation Columbus Ohio Temple
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Ohio United States North America 1.35 acres (5,463 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


61 Operating Bismarck North Dakota Temple
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North Dakota United States North America 1.6 acres (6,475 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


62 Operating Columbia South Carolina Temple
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South Carolina United States North America 3.6 acres (14,569 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


63 Operating Detroit Michigan Temple
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Michigan United States North America 6.34 acres (25,657 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


64 Operating Halifax Nova Scotia Temple
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Nova Scotia Canada North America 2 acres (8,094 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


65 Operating Regina Saskatchewan Temple
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Saskatchewan Canada North America 1 acre (4,047 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


66 Operating Billings Montana Temple
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Montana United States North America 10 acres (40,469 m2) 33,800 sq ft (3,140 m2) 2 3 No


67 Operating Edmonton Alberta Temple
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Alberta Canada North America 1 acre (4,047 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


68 Operating Raleigh North Carolina Temple
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North Carolina United States North America 3.17 acres (12,829 m2) 12,864 sq ft (1,195 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


69 Operating St. Paul Minnesota Temple
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Minnesota United States North America 7.5 acres (30,351 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


70 Operating Kona Hawaii Temple
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Hawaii United States North America 7.02 acres (28,409 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


71 Operating Ciudad Juárez Mexico Temple
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Chihuahua Mexico North America 1.64 acres (6,637 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


72 Operating Hermosillo Sonora Mexico Temple
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Sonora Mexico North America 1.54 acres (6,232 m2) 10,769 sq ft (1,000 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


73 Operating Albuquerque New Mexico Temple
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New Mexico United States North America 8.5 acres (34,398 m2) 34,245 sq ft (3,181 m2) 2 3 No


74 Operating Oaxaca Mexico Temple
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Oaxaca Mexico North America 1.87 acres (7,568 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


75 Operating Tuxtla Gutiérrez Mexico Temple
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Chiapas Mexico North America 1.56 acres (6,313 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


76 Operating Louisville Kentucky Temple
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Kentucky United States North America 3 acres (12,141 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


77 Operating Palmyra New York Temple
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New York United States North America 5 acres (20,234 m2) 10,900 sq ft (1,013 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 Yes


78 Operating Fresno California Temple
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California United States North America 2.34 acres (9,470 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


79 Operating Medford Oregon Temple
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Oregon United States North America 2 acres (8,094 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


80 Operating Memphis Tennessee Temple
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Tennessee United States North America 6.35 acres (25,698 m2) 10,890 sq ft (1,012 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


81 Operating Reno Nevada Temple
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Nevada United States North America 7.9 acres (31,970 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


82 Operating Cochabamba Bolivia Temple
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Cochabamba Bolivia South America 6.67 acres (26,993 m2) 33,302 sq ft (3,094 m2) 2 3 No


83 Operating Tampico Mexico Temple
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Tamaulipas Mexico North America 2.96 acres (11,979 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


84 Operating Nashville Tennessee Temple
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Tennessee United States North America 6.86 acres (27,761 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


85 Operating Villahermosa Mexico Temple
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Tabasco Mexico North America 1.36 acres (5,504 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


86 Operating Montreal Quebec Temple
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Quebec Canada North America 2.4 acres (9,712 m2) 11,550 sq ft (1,073 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


87 Operating San José Costa Rica Temple
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San José Costa Rica North America 1.93 acres (7,810 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


88 Operating Fukuoka Japan Temple
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Fukuoka Japan Asia 1.25 acres (5,059 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


89 Operating Adelaide Australia Temple
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South Australia Australia Oceania 6.94 acres (28,085 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


90 Operating Melbourne Australia Temple
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Victoria Australia Oceania 5.98 acres (24,200 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


91 Operating Suva Fiji Temple
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Rewa Fiji Oceania 4.7 acres (19,020 m2) 12,755 sq ft (1,185 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


92 Operating Mérida Mexico Temple
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Yucatán Mexico North America 1.53 acres (6,192 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


93 Operating Veracruz Mexico Temple
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Veracruz Mexico North America 3.39 acres (13,719 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


94 Operating Baton Rouge Louisiana Temple
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Louisiana United States North America 6.3 acres (25,495 m2) 10,890 sq ft (1,012 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


95 Operating Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple
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Oklahoma United States North America 1 acre (4,047 m2) 10,890 sq ft (1,012 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


96 Operating Caracas Venezuela Temple
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Distrito Capital Venezuela South America 0.5 acres (2,023 m2) 15,332 sq ft (1,424 m2) 2 2 No


97 Operating Houston Texas Temple
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Texas United States North America 11 acres (44,515 m2) 33,970 sq ft (3,156 m2) 159 ft (48 m) 2 3 No


98 Operating Birmingham Alabama Temple
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Alabama United States North America 5.6 acres (22,662 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


99 Operating Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Temple
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National District Dominican Republic North America 6.42 acres (25,981 m2) 67,000 sq ft (6,225 m2) 2 2 No


100 Operating Boston Massachusetts Temple
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Massachusetts United States North America 8 acres (32,375 m2) 69,600 sq ft (6,466 m2) 139 ft (42 m) 4 4 No


101 Operating Recife Brazil Temple
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Pernambuco Brazil South America 5.59 acres (22,622 m2) 37,200 sq ft (3,456 m2) 2 3 No


102 Operating Porto Alegre Brazil Temple
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Rio Grande do Sul Brazil South America 2 acres (8,094 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


103 Operating Montevideo Uruguay Temple
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Montevideo Uruguay South America 1.59 acres (6,435 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


104 Operating Winter Quarters Nebraska Temple
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Nebraska United States North America 1.92 acres (7,770 m2) 16,000 sq ft (1,486 m2) 86 ft (26 m) 2 2 Yes


105 Operating Guadalajara Mexico Temple
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Jalisco Mexico North America 2.69 acres (10,886 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


106 Operating Perth Australia Temple
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Western Australia Australia Oceania 2.76 acres (11,169 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


107 Operating Columbia River Washington Temple
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Washington United States North America 2.88 acres (11,655 m2) 16,880 sq ft (1,568 m2) 2 2 No


108 Operating Snowflake Arizona Temple
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Arizona United States North America 7.5 acres (30,351 m2) 18,621 sq ft (1,730 m2) 2 2 No


109 Operating Lubbock Texas Temple
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Texas United States North America 2.7 acres (10,927 m2) 16,498 sq ft (1,533 m2) 2 2 No


110 Operating Monterrey Mexico Temple
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Nuevo León Mexico North America 7.78 acres (31,485 m2) 16,498 sq ft (1,533 m2) 2 2 No


111 Operating Campinas Brazil Temple
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São Paulo Brazil South America 6.18 acres (25,010 m2) 49,100 sq ft (4,562 m2) 4 3 No


112 Operating Asunción Paraguay Temple
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Distrito Capital Paraguay South America 1.13 acres (4,573 m2) 11,906 sq ft (1,106 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


113 Operating Nauvoo Illinois Temple
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Illinois United States North America 3.3 acres (13,355 m2) 54,000 sq ft (5,017 m2) 162 ft (49 m) 4 6 Yes


114 Operating The Hague Netherlands Temple
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South Holland Netherlands Europe 2.7 acres (10,927 m2) 10,500 sq ft (975 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


115 Operating Brisbane Australia Temple
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Queensland Australia Oceania 0.86 acres (3,480 m2) 10,700 sq ft (994 m2) 71 ft (22 m) 2 2 No


116 Operating Redlands California Temple
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California United States North America 4.6 acres (18,616 m2) 17,300 sq ft (1,607 m2) 2 3 No


117 Operating Accra Ghana Temple
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Greater Accra Ghana Africa 6 acres (24,281 m2) 17,500 sq ft (1,626 m2) 2 2 No


118 Operating Copenhagen Denmark Temple
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Hovedstaden Denmark Europe 0.6 acres (2,428 m2) 25,000 sq ft (2,323 m2) 2 2 No


119 Operating Manhattan New York Temple
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New York United States North America 0.3 acres (1,214 m2) 20,630 sq ft (1,917 m2) 2 2 No


120 Operating San Antonio Texas Temple
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Texas United States North America 5.5 acres (22,258 m2) 16,800 sq ft (1,561 m2) 115 ft (35 m) 2 2 No


121 Operating Aba Nigeria Temple
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Abia Nigeria Africa 6.3 acres (25,495 m2) 11,500 sq ft (1,068 m2) 2 2 No


122 Operating Newport Beach California Temple
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California United States North America 8.8 acres (35,612 m2) 17,800 sq ft (1,654 m2) 90 ft (27 m) 2 3 No


123 Operating Sacramento California Temple
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California United States North America 46 acres (186,155 m2) 19,500 sq ft (1,812 m2) 131 ft (40 m) 2 4 No


124 Operating Helsinki Finland Temple
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Uusimaa Finland Europe 7.4 acres (29,947 m2) 16,350 sq ft (1,519 m2) 139 ft (42 m) 2 2 No


125 Operating Rexburg Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America 10 acres (40,469 m2) 57,504 sq ft (5,342 m2) 169 ft (52 m) 4 5 No


126 Operating Curitiba Brazil Temple
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Paraná Brazil South America 8.15 acres (32,982 m2) 27,850 sq ft (2,587 m2) 125 ft (38 m) 2 2 No


127 Operating Panama City Panama Temple
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Panamá Panama North America 6.96 acres (28,166 m2) 18,943 sq ft (1,760 m2) 111 ft (34 m) 2 2 No


128 Operating Twin Falls Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America 9.1 acres (36,826 m2) 31,245 sq ft (2,903 m2) 159 ft (48 m) 2 3 No


129 Operating Draper Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 12 acres (48,562 m2) 58,300 sq ft (5,416 m2) 168.67 ft (51 m) 4 5 No


130 Operating Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 11 acres (44,515 m2) 60,000 sq ft (5,574 m2) 183 ft (56 m) 4 6 No


131 Operating Vancouver British Columbia Temple
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British Columbia Canada North America 11.6 acres (46,944 m2) 28,165 sq ft (2,617 m2) 2 2 No


132 Operating Gila Valley Arizona Temple
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Arizona United States North America 17 acres (68,797 m2) 18,561 sq ft (1,724 m2) 100 ft (30 m) 2 2 No


133 Operating Cebu City Philippines Temple
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Central Visayas Philippines Asia 11.6 acres (46,944 m2) 29,556 sq ft (2,746 m2) 140 ft (43 m) 2 2 No


134 Operations suspended Kyiv Ukraine Temple
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Kyiv Ukraine Europe 12.35 acres (49,979 m2) 22,184 sq ft (2,061 m2) 137.8 ft (42 m) 2 2 No


135 Operating San Salvador El Salvador Temple
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La Libertad El Salvador North America 6.5 acres (26,305 m2) 27,986 sq ft (2,600 m2) 2 2 No


136 Operating Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple
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Quetzaltenango Guatemala North America 6.47 acres (26,183 m2) 21,085 sq ft (1,959 m2) 2 2


137 Operating Kansas City Missouri Temple
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Missouri United States North America 8.05 acres (32,577 m2) 32,000 sq ft (2,973 m2) 2 3 No


138 Operating Manaus Brazil Temple
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Amazonas Brazil South America 7.7 acres (31,161 m2) 32,032 sq ft (2,976 m2)


139 Operating Brigham City Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 3.14 acres (12,707 m2) 36,000 sq ft (3,345 m2) 165 ft (50 m) 2


140 Operating Calgary Alberta Temple
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Alberta Canada North America 10.17 acres (41,157 m2) 33,000 sq ft (3,066 m2) 115 ft (35 m)


141 Operating Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple
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Francisco Morazán Honduras North America 13.6 acres (55,037 m2) 28,254 sq ft (2,625 m2)


142 Operating Gilbert Arizona Temple
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Arizona United States North America 15.38 acres (62,241 m2) 85,326 sq ft (7,927 m2) 195 ft (59 m) 3 7 No
143 Operating Fort Lauderdale Florida Temple
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Florida United States North America 16.82 acres (68,068 m2) 30,500 sq ft (2,834 m2) 100 ft (30 m) 2 3 No


144 Operating Phoenix Arizona Temple
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Arizona United States North America 5.19 acres (21,003 m2) 64,870 sq ft (6,027 m2) 2 No


145 Operating Córdoba Argentina Temple
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Córdoba Argentina South America 5.18 acres (20,963 m2) 34,369 sq ft (3,193 m2)


146 Operating Payson Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 10.63 acres (43,018 m2) 96,630 sq ft (8,977 m2)


147 Operating Trujillo Peru Temple
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La Libertad Peru South America 8.9 acres (36,017 m2) 28,200 sq ft (2,620 m2)


148 Operating Indianapolis Indiana Temple
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Indiana United States North America 18.11 acres (73,289 m2) 34,000 sq ft (3,159 m2)


149 Operating Tijuana Mexico Temple
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Baja California Mexico North America 9.4 acres (38,040 m2) 33,367 sq ft (3,100 m2)


150 Operating Provo City Center Temple
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Utah United States North America 5.6 acres (22,662 m2) 85,084 sq ft (7,905 m2) 150 ft (46 m) 3 5


151 Operating Sapporo Japan Temple
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Hokkaido Japan Asia 9.8 acres (39,659 m2) 48,480 sq ft (4,504 m2)


152 Operating Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple
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Pennsylvania United States North America 1.6 acres (6,475 m2) 61,466 sq ft (5,710 m2)


153 Operating Fort Collins Colorado Temple
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Colorado United States North America 15.69 acres (63,495 m2) 42,000 sq ft (3,902 m2) 112 ft (34 m)


154 Operating Star Valley Wyoming Temple
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Wyoming United States North America 43.6 acres (176,443 m2) 18,609 sq ft (1,729 m2)


155 Operating Hartford Connecticut Temple
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Connecticut United States North America 11.3 acres (45,729 m2) 32,246 sq ft (2,996 m2) 30 ft (9 m)


156 Operating Paris France Temple
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Île-de-France France Europe 2.26 acres (9,146 m2) 44,175 sq ft (4,104 m2)


157 Operating Tucson Arizona Temple
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Arizona United States North America 7 acres (28,328 m2) 38,216 sq ft (3,550 m2) 2 2


158 Operating Meridian Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America 15.73 acres (63,657 m2) 67,331 sq ft (6,255 m2)


159 Operating Cedar City Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 9.5 acres (38,445 m2) 42,657 sq ft (3,963 m2) 260.5 ft (79 m) No


160 Operating Concepción Chile Temple
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Biobío Chile South America 4.06 acres (16,430 m2) 23,095 sq ft (2,146 m2) 124 ft (38 m)


161 Operating Barranquilla Colombia Temple
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Atlántico Colombia South America 6 acres (24,281 m2) 24,000 sq ft (2,230 m2) 107 ft (33 m)


162 Operating Rome Italy Temple
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Lazio Italy Europe 14.5 acres (58,679 m2) 41,010 sq ft (3,810 m2) Yes


163 Operating Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple
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Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo Africa 5 acres (20,234 m2) 12,000 sq ft (1,115 m2)


164 Operating Fortaleza Brazil Temple
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Ceará Brazil South America 10 acres (40,469 m2) 36,000 sq ft (3,345 m2)


165 Operating Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple
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Ouest Haiti North America 2.75 acres (11,129 m2) 10,396 sq ft (966 m2) No


166 Operating Lisbon Portugal Temple
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Lisboa Portugal Europe 4.6 acres (18,616 m2) 23,730 sq ft (2,205 m2) Yes


167 Operating Arequipa Peru Temple
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Arequipa Peru South America 7.91 acres (32,011 m2) 26,969 sq ft (2,506 m2)


168 Operating Durban South Africa Temple
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KwaZulu-Natal South Africa Africa 14.49 acres (58,639 m2) 19,860 sq ft (1,845 m2) 97.4 ft (30 m)


169 Operating Winnipeg Manitoba Temple
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Manitoba Canada North America 8 acres (32,375 m2) 16,100 sq ft (1,496 m2) 105 ft (32 m)


170 Operating Pocatello Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America 10.94 acres (44,273 m2) 71,125 sq ft (6,608 m2) 196.5 ft (60 m) 4 4 no


171 Operating Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple
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Rio de Janeiro Brazil South America 9.44 acres (38,202 m2) 29,966 sq ft (2,784 m2)


172 Operating Yigo Guam Temple
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Yigo Guam Oceania 5.46 acres (22,096 m2) 6,860 sq ft (637 m2)


173 Operating Praia Cape Verde Temple
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Praia Cape Verde Africa 3.5 acres (14,164 m2) 8,759 sq ft (814 m2)


176 Under construction Abidjan Ivory Coast Temple
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Abidjan Ivory Coast Africa 0.93 acres (3,764 m2)


177 Under construction Urdaneta Philippines Temple
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Ilocos Philippines Asia 6.2 acres (25,091 m2)


178 Under construction Bangkok Thailand Temple
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Bangkok Thailand Asia 1.7 acres (6,880 m2) 44,405 sq ft (4,125 m2)


179 Under construction San Juan Puerto Rico Temple
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San Juan Puerto Rico North America 2.88 acres (11,655 m2) 0 sq ft (0 m2)


175 Dedication scheduled Quito Ecuador Temple
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Pichincha Ecuador South America 3.9 acres (15,783 m2)


180 Under construction Lima Peru Los Olivos Temple
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Lima Peru South America 2.46 acres (9,955 m2)


174 Dedication scheduled Belém Brazil Temple
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Pará Brazil South America 6.71 acres (27,154 m2)


181 Under construction Saratoga Springs Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 22.7 acres (91,864 m2) 87,000 sq ft (8,083 m2)


182 Under construction Puebla Mexico Temple
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Puebla Mexico North America 6.85 acres (27,721 m2) 30,000 sq ft (2,787 m2)


183 Under construction Richmond Virginia Temple
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Virginia United States North America 11.17 acres (45,203 m2) 40,531 sq ft (3,765 m2)


184 Under construction Layton Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 11.87 acres (48,036 m2) 87,000 sq ft (8,083 m2)


185 Under construction Alabang Philippines Temple
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Metro Manila Philippines Asia 2.6 acres (10,522 m2)


186 Under construction Auckland New Zealand Temple
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Auckland New Zealand Oceania 2.62 acres (10,603 m2)


187 Under construction Feather River California Temple
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California United States North America 9.4 acres (38,040 m2) 38,000 sq ft (3,530 m2)


188 Under construction Orem Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 15.39 acres (62,281 m2) 70,000 sq ft (6,503 m2)


189 Under construction San Pedro Sula Honduras Temple
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Cortés Honduras North America 8.56 acres (34,641 m2) 30,000 sq ft (2,787 m2)


190 Under construction Brasília Brazil Temple
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Federal District Brazil South America 6 acres (24,281 m2) 25,000 sq ft (2,323 m2)


191 Under construction Moses Lake Washington Temple
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Washington United States North America 17 acres (68,797 m2) 20,000 sq ft (1,858 m2)


192 Under construction Taylorsville Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 7.5 acres (30,351 m2) 70,460 sq ft (6,546 m2)


193 Under construction Salta Argentina Temple
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Salta Argentina South America 17.4 acres (70,415 m2)


194 Under construction Bentonville Arkansas Temple
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Arkansas United States North America 8.8 acres (35,612 m2) 25,000 sq ft (2,323 m2)


195 Under construction Red Cliffs Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 14.7 acres (59,489 m2) 96,277 sq ft (8,944 m2)


196 Under construction Davao Philippines Temple
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Davao Philippines Asia 2.7 acres (10,927 m2) 18,450 sq ft (1,714 m2)


197 Under construction Cobán Guatemala Temple
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Alta Verapaz Guatemala North America 5.4 acres (21,853 m2) 8,800 sq ft (818 m2)


198 Under construction McAllen Texas Temple
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Texas United States North America 10.6 acres (42,897 m2) 29,732 sq ft (2,762 m2)


199 Under construction Antofagasta Chile Temple
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Antofagasta Chile South America 2.2 acres (8,903 m2) 23,000 sq ft (2,137 m2)


200 Under construction Bengaluru India Temple
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Karnataka India Asia 1.62 acres (6,556 m2) 40,000 sq ft (3,716 m2)


201 Under construction Okinawa Japan Temple
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Okinawa Japan Asia 0.5 acres (2,023 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


202 Under construction Harare Zimbabwe Temple
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Harare Zimbabwe Africa 6.7 acres (27,114 m2) 17,250 sq ft (1,603 m2)


203 Under construction Mendoza Argentina Temple
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Mendoza Argentina South America 15 acres (60,703 m2) 21,000 sq ft (1,951 m2)


204 Under construction Deseret Peak Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 17 acres (68,797 m2) 70,000 sq ft (6,503 m2)


205 Under construction Tallahassee Florida Temple
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Florida United States North America 4.97 acres (20,113 m2) 29,000 sq ft (2,694 m2)


206 Under construction Syracuse Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 12.27 acres (49,655 m2) 88,886 sq ft (8,258 m2)


207 Under construction Helena Montana Temple
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Montana United States North America 4.8 acres (19,425 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


208 Under construction Salvador Brazil Temple
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Bahia Brazil South America 4.85 acres (19,627 m2)


209 Under construction Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Temple
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Pennsylvania United States North America 5.8 acres (23,472 m2) 32,000 sq ft (2,973 m2)


210 Under construction Neiafu Tonga Temple
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Vavaʻu Tonga Oceania 4.81 acres (19,465 m2) 17,000 sq ft (1,579 m2) 75 ft (23 m) 2 1


211 Under construction Nairobi Kenya Temple
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Nairobi Kenya Africa 3.7 acres (14,973 m2)


212 Under construction Phnom Penh Cambodia Temple
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Phnom Penh Cambodia Asia 3.16 acres (12,788 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


213 Under construction Casper Wyoming Temple
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Wyoming United States North America 9.5 acres (38,445 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


214 Under construction Pago Pago American Samoa Temple
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Western District American Samoa Oceania 1.71 acres (6,920 m2) 17,000 sq ft (1,579 m2)


215 Under construction Bacolod Philippines Temple
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Western Visayas Philippines Asia 12.3 acres (49,776 m2) 26,700 sq ft (2,481 m2)


216 Under construction Freetown Sierra Leone Temple
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Western Sierra Leone Africa 2.9 acres (11,736 m2) 18,000 sq ft (1,672 m2)


217 Under construction Bahía Blanca Argentina Temple
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Buenos Aires Argentina South America 8.14 acres (32,941 m2) 19,000 sq ft (1,765 m2)


218 Under construction Grand Junction Colorado Temple
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Colorado United States North America 6.94 acres (28,085 m2) 29,000 sq ft (2,694 m2)


219 Under construction Lindon Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 14 acres (56,656 m2) 81,000 sq ft (7,525 m2)


220 Under construction Farmington New Mexico Temple
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New Mexico United States North America 6.62 acres (26,790 m2) 25,000 sq ft (2,323 m2)


221 Under construction Elko Nevada Temple
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Nevada United States North America 5.2 acres (21,044 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


222 Under construction Burley Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America 10.1 acres (40,873 m2) 38,600 sq ft (3,586 m2)


223 Under construction Smithfield Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 13.3 acres (53,823 m2) 83,000 sq ft (7,711 m2)


224 Under construction Yorba Linda California Temple
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California United States North America 5.4 acres (21,853 m2) 30,000 sq ft (2,787 m2)


228 Site announced Port Moresby Papua New Guinea Temple
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National Capital District Papua New Guinea Oceania 4.45 acres (18,009 m2) 9,550 sq ft (887 m2)


229 Site announced Port Vila Vanuatu Temple
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Shefa Vanuatu Oceania 1.62 acres (6,556 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


230 Site announced Tarawa Kiribati Temple
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Tarawa Kiribati Oceania 0.8 acres (3,237 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


227 Groundbreaking scheduled Willamette Valley Oregon Temple
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Oregon United States North America 10.5 acres (42,492 m2) 30,000 sq ft (2,787 m2)


231 Site announced Belo Horizonte Brazil Temple
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Minas Gerais Brazil South America 11.8 acres (47,753 m2) 27,000 sq ft (2,508 m2)


232 Site announced Cali Colombia Temple
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Valle del Cauca Colombia South America 3.14 acres (12,707 m2) 9,500 sq ft (883 m2)


233 Site announced Miraflores Guatemala City Guatemala Temple
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Guatemala Guatemala North America 1.5 acres (6,070 m2) 30,000 sq ft (2,787 m2)


234 Site announced Torreón Mexico Temple
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Durango Mexico North America 0.89 acres (3,602 m2) 10,000 sq ft (929 m2)


226 Groundbreaking scheduled Ephraim Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America 9.16 acres (37,069 m2) 39,000 sq ft (3,623 m2)


235 Site announced Cape Town South Africa Temple
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Western Cape South Africa Africa 3.79 acres (15,338 m2) 9,500 sq ft (883 m2)


236 Site announced Querétaro Mexico Temple
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Querétaro Mexico North America 3.58 acres (14,488 m2) 27,500 sq ft (2,555 m2)


238 Announced Managua Nicaragua Temple
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Managua Nicaragua North America


239 Announced Cagayan de Oro Philippines Temple
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Northern Mindanao Philippines Asia


240 Announced Russia Temple
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Russia Eurasia


241 Announced Lagos Nigeria Temple
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Lagos Nigeria Africa


242 Announced Budapest Hungary Temple
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Budapest Hungary Europe


225 Groundbreaking scheduled Lubumbashi Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple
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Haut-Katanga Democratic Republic of the Congo Africa 2.57 acres (10,400 m2) 19,300 sq ft (1,793 m2)


243 Announced Benin City Nigeria Temple
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Edo Nigeria Africa


244 Announced Dubai United Arab Emirates Temple
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Dubai United Arab Emirates Asia


245 Announced Shanghai People's Republic of China Temple
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Shanghai China Asia


246 Announced São Paulo East Brazil Temple
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São Paulo Brazil South America


247 Announced Santa Cruz Bolivia Temple
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Santa Cruz Bolivia South America


248 Announced Oslo Norway Temple
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Oslo Norway Europe


249 Announced Brussels Belgium Temple
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Brussels Belgium Europe


250 Announced Vienna Austria Temple
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Vienna Austria Europe


251 Announced Kumasi Ghana Temple
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Ashanti Ghana Africa


252 Announced Beira Mozambique Temple
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Sofala Mozambique Africa


253 Announced Singapore Republic of Singapore Temple
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Singapore Singapore Asia


254 Announced Kaohsiung Taiwan Temple
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Kaohsiung Taiwan Asia


255 Announced Tacloban City Philippines Temple
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Eastern Visayas Philippines Asia


256 Announced Monrovia Liberia Temple
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Montserrado Liberia Africa


257 Announced Kananga Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple
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Kasaï-Central Democratic Republic of the Congo Africa


258 Announced Antananarivo Madagascar Temple
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Analamanga Madagascar Africa


259 Announced Culiacán Mexico Temple
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Sinaloa Mexico North America


260 Announced Vitória Brazil Temple
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Espírito Santo Brazil South America


261 Announced La Paz Bolivia Temple
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La Paz Bolivia South America


262 Announced Santiago West Chile Temple
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Santiago Chile South America


263 Announced Fort Worth Texas Temple
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Texas United States North America


264 Announced Cody Wyoming Temple
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Wyoming United States North America


265 Announced Teton River Idaho Temple
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Idaho United States North America


266 Announced Heber Valley Utah Temple
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Utah United States North America


Efforts halted in 1830s Temple Lot
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Missouri United States North America Yes
Yes


Historic site Kirtland Temple
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Ohio United States North America 5.8 acres (23,472 m2) 15,000 sq ft (1,394 m2)


Efforts halted in 1830s Far West Temple
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Missouri United States North America 640 acres (2,589,988 m2)


Efforts halted in 1830s Adam-ondi-Ahman Temple
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Missouri United States North America 3,000 acres (12,140,569 m2) No


Destroyed Nauvoo Temple
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Illinois United States North America 54,000 sq ft (5,017 m2) Yes


Destroyed Apia Samoa Temple (original)
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Tuamasaga Samoa Oceania 2 acres (8,094 m2) 14,560 sq ft (1,353 m2) 78 ft (24 m)


Efforts suspended in 2006 Harrison New York Temple
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New York United States North America 24 acres (97,125 m2) 28,400 sq ft (2,638 m2)

Milestones and DesignEdit

The following table is a comparison table listing significant milestones for each temple and their design charicteristics. The person officiating in each milestone and design is also listed.

# Status Name An­nounce­ment Ground­break­ing Dedi­ca­tion Rede­di­ca­tion Style Designer
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1 Closed for renovation St. George Utah Temple
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January 31, 1871 Brigham Young November 9, 1871 Brigham Young April 6, 1877 Daniel H. Wells November 11, 1975 Spencer W. Kimball Castellated Gothic Truman O. Angell


2 Operating Logan Utah Temple
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October 6, 1876 Brigham Young May 17, 1877 John Willard Young May 17, 1884 John Taylor March 13, 1979 Spencer W. Kimball Castellated Gothic Truman O. Angell


3 Closed for renovation Manti Utah Temple
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June 25, 1875 Brigham Young April 25, 1877 Brigham Young May 21, 1888 Lorenzo Snow June 14, 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley William H. Folsom


4 Closed for renovation Salt Lake Temple
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July 28, 1847 Brigham Young February 14, 1853 Brigham Young April 6, 1893 Wilford Woodruff Gothic, 6-spire Truman O. Angell


5 Operating Laie Hawaii Temple
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October 1, 1915 Joseph F. Smith June 1, 1915 Joseph F. Smith November 27, 1919 Heber J. Grant November 20, 2010 Thomas S. Monson inspired by Solomon's Temple, no spire. Prairie-style and Columbian Hyrum Pope and Harold Burton


6 Operating Cardston Alberta Temple
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June 27, 1913 Joseph F. Smith November 13, 1913 Daniel Kent Greene August 26, 1923 Heber J. Grant June 22, 1991 Gordon B. Hinckley Hyrum Pope and Harold Burton


7 Operating Mesa Arizona Temple
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October 3, 1919 Heber J. Grant April 25, 1922 Heber J. Grant October 23, 1927 Heber J. Grant April 16, 1975 / December 12, 2021 Spencer W. Kimball / Dallin H. Oaks Neoclassical Architecture Don Carlos Young, Jr. and Ramm Hansen


8 Operating Idaho Falls Idaho Temple
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March 3, 1937 Heber J. Grant December 19, 1939 David Asael Smith September 23, 1945 George Albert Smith June 4, 2017 Henry B. Eyring Modern, center spire John Fetzer, Sr.


9 Operating Bern Switzerland Temple
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July 1, 1952 David O. McKay August 5, 1953 David O. McKay September 11, 1955 David O. McKay November 23, 1992 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, single spire Edward O. Anderson


10 Operating Los Angeles California Temple
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March 6, 1937 David O. McKay September 22, 1951 David O. McKay March 11, 1956 David O. McKay Edward O. Anderson


11 Closed for renovation Hamilton New Zealand Temple
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February 17, 1955 David O. McKay December 21, 1955 Ariel Ballif, Wendell B. Mendenhall, and George R. Biesinger April 20, 1958 David O. McKay Modern, single spire Edward O. Anderson


12 Operating London England Temple
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February 17, 1955 David O. McKay August 27, 1955 David O. McKay September 7, 1958 David O. McKay October 18, 1992 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, single spire Edward O. Anderson


13 Operating Oakland California Temple
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May 26, 1962 David O. McKay May 26, 1962 David O. McKay November 17, 1964 David O. McKay June 16, 2019 Dallin H. Oaks Modern, 5 spire Harold W. Burton


14 Operating Ogden Utah Temple
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August 24, 1967 David O. McKay September 8, 1969 Hugh B. Brown January 18, 1972 Joseph Fielding Smith September 21, 2014 Thomas S. Monson Emil B. Fetzer


15 Operating Provo Utah Temple
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August 14, 1967 David O. McKay September 15, 1969 Hugh B. Brown February 9, 1972 Joseph Fielding Smith Modern, center spire Emil B. Fetzer
16 Rededication scheduled Washington D.C. Temple
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15 November, 1968 David O. McKay 7 December, 1968 Hugh B. Brown 19 November, 1974 Spencer W. Kimball 14 August, 2022 TBA Modern six-spire design Fred L. Markham, Harold K. Beecher, Henry P. Fetzer, and Keith W. Wilcox


17 Operating São Paulo Brazil Temple
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1 March 1975 Spencer W. Kimball 20 March 1976 James E. Faust 30 October 1978 Spencer W. Kimball 22 February 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, single spire Emil B. Fetzer


18 Operating Tokyo Japan Temple
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9 August 1975 Spencer W. Kimball 10 April 1978 27 October 1980 Spencer W. Kimball 3 July 2022 Henry B. Eyring Modern, single spire Emil B. Fetzer


19 Operating Seattle Washington Temple
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November 15, 1975 Spencer W. Kimball May 27, 1978 Marion G. Romney November 17, 1980 Spencer W. Kimball Modern, single spire Emil B. Fetzer


20 Operating Jordan River Utah Temple
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February 3, 1978 Spencer W. Kimball June 9, 1979 Spencer W. Kimball November 16, 1981 Marion G. Romney May 20, 2018 Henry B. Eyring Modern, center spire Emil B. Fetzer


21 Operating Atlanta Georgia Temple
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April 2, 1980 Spencer W. Kimball March 7, 1981 Spencer W. Kimball June 1, 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley May 1, 2011 Thomas S. Monson Modern, single spire Emil B. Fetzer


22 Operating Apia Samoa Temple
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October 15, 1977 Spencer W. Kimball October 19, 2003 Dennis E. Simmons August 5, 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley September 4, 2005 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic Modern, single spire Naylor, Wentworth, Lund


23 Operating Nuku'alofa Tonga Temple
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2 April 1980 Spencer W. Kimball 18 February 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 9 August 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley 4 November 2007 Russell M. Nelson Modern, single-spire design Emil B. Fetzer


24 Operating Santiago Chile Temple
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2 April 1980 Spencer W. Kimball 30 May 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 15 September 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley 12 March 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, single-spire Emil B. Fetzer


25 Operating Papeete Tahiti Temple
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2 April 1980 Spencer W. Kimball 13 February 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 27 October 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley 12 November 2006 L. Tom Perry Sloping roof, single spire Emil B. Fetzer


26 Operating Mexico City Mexico Temple
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3 April 1976 Spencer W. Kimball 25 November 1979 Boyd K. Packer 2 December 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley 16 November 2008 Thomas S. Monson Modern Mayan, single spire Emil B. Fetzer


27 Operating Boise Idaho Temple
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March 31, 1982 Spencer W. Kimball December 18, 1982 Mark E. Petersen May 25, 1984 Gordon B. Hinckley November 18, 2012 Thomas S. Monson Sloping roof, six spire Church A&E Services


28 Operating Sydney Australia Temple
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2 April 1980 Spencer W. Kimball 13 August 1982 Bruce R. McConkie 20 September 1984 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, single spire Emil B. Fetzer and R. Lindsay Little


29 Operating Manila Philippines Temple
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1 April 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 25 August 1982 Gordon B. Hinckley 25 September 1984 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire Church A&E Services with Felipe M. Mendoza & Partners


30 Operating Dallas Texas Temple
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April 1, 1981 Spencer W. Kimball January 22, 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley October 19, 1984 Gordon B. Hinckley March 5, 1989 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire Church A&E Services and West & Humphries


31 Operating Taipei Taiwan Temple
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31 March 1982 Spencer W. Kimball 27 August 1982 Gordon B. Hinckley 17 November 1984 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire Church A&E Services with Philip fei & Associations


32 Operating Guatemala City Guatemala Temple
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1 April 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 12 September 1982 Richard G. Scott 14 December 1984 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six-spire Church A&E Services and Jose Asturias


33 Operating Freiberg Germany Temple
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9 October 1982 Spencer W. Kimball 23 April 1983 Thomas S. Monson 29 June 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley 4 September 2016 Dieter F. Uchtdorf Sloping roof, single spire Emil B. Fetzer and Rolf Metzner


34 Operating Stockholm Sweden Temple
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1 April 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 17 March 1984 Thomas S. Monson 2 July 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire John Sjostrom and Church A&E Services


35 Operating Chicago Illinois Temple
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April 1, 1981 Spencer W. Kimball August 13, 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley August 9, 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley October 8, 1989 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire Wight & Co and Church A&E Services


36 Operating Johannesburg South Africa Temple
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1 April 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 27 November 1982 Marvin J. Ashton 24 August 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six-spire Church A&E Services and Halford & Halford


37 Operating Seoul Korea Temple
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1 April 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 9 May 1983 Marvin J. Ashton 14 December 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire Church A&E Services and Komerican Architects


38 Operating Lima Peru Temple
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1 April 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 11 September 1982 Boyd K. Packer 10 January 1986 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six-spire Jesse M. Harris


39 Operating Buenos Aires Argentina Temple
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2 April 1980 Spencer W. Kimball 20 April 1983 Bruce R. McConkie 17 January 1986 Thomas S. Monson 9 September 2012 Henry B. Eyring Sloping roof, six spire Ramon Paez and Church A&E Services


40 Operating Denver Colorado Temple
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March 31, 1982 Spencer W. Kimball May 19, 1984 Gordon B. Hinckley October 24, 1986 Ezra Taft Benson Modern, single spire Church A&E Services and Bobby R. Thomas


41 Operating Frankfurt Germany Temple
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1 April 1981 Spencer W. Kimball 1 July 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley 28 August 1987 Ezra Taft Benson 20 October 2019 Dieter F. Uchtdorf Sloping roof, single detached spire Church A&E Services and Borchers-Metzner-Kramer


42 Operating Portland Oregon Temple
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April 7, 1984 Spencer W. Kimball September 20, 1986 Gordon B. Hinckley August 19, 1989 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire Leland A. Gray


43 Operating Las Vegas Nevada Temple
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April 7, 1984 Spencer W. Kimball November 30, 1985 Gordon B. Hinckley December 16, 1989 Gordon B. Hinckley Sloping roof, six spire Tate & Snyder Architects


44 Operating Toronto Ontario Temple
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7 April 1984 Spencer W. Kimball 10 October 1987 Thomas S. Monson 25 August 1990 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, single spire Allward-Gouinlock Inc.


45 Operating San Diego California Temple
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April 7, 1984 Spencer W. Kimball February 27, 1988 Ezra Taft Benson April 25, 1993 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, two-tower William S. Lewis, Jr.


46 Operating Orlando Florida Temple
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April 6, 1991 Ezra Taft Benson June 20, 1992 James E. Faust October 9, 1994 Howard W. Hunter Classic modern, center spire Scott Partnership Architects


47 Operating Bountiful Utah Temple
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April 6, 1991 Ezra Taft Benson May 2, 1992 Ezra Taft Benson January 8, 1995 Howard W. Hunter Classic modern, center spire Allen B. Erekson


48 Operating Hong Kong China Temple
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3 October 1992 Ezra Taft Benson 22 January 1994 John K. Carmack 26 May 1996 Gordon B. Hinckley 19 June 2022 Gerrit W. Gong Hong Kong Colonial, single spire Liang Peddle Thorpe Architects


49 Operating Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple
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October 3, 1992 Ezra Taft Benson October 9, 1993 Gordon B. Hinckley October 13, 1996 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Allen Erekson, Keith Stepan, and Church A&E Services


50 Operating St. Louis Missouri Temple
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December 29, 1990 Ezra Taft Benson October 30, 1993 Gordon B. Hinckley June 1, 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Chiodini Associates


51 Operating Vernal Utah Temple
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February 13, 1994 Ezra Taft Benson May 13, 1995 Gordon B. Hinckley November 2, 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley Existing building adapted FFKR Architects


52 Operating Preston England Temple
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19 October 1992 Ezra Taft Benson 12 June 1994 Gordon B. Hinckley 7 June 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley Modern, single spire Church A&E Services


53 Operating Monticello Utah Temple
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October 4, 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley November 17, 1997 Ben B. Banks July 26, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley November 17, 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 1[1] Church A&E Services


54 Operating Anchorage Alaska Temple
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October 4, 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley April 17, 1998 F. Melvin Hammond January 9, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley February 8, 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley McCool Carlson Green


55 Operating Colonia Juárez Chihuahua Mexico Temple
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4 October 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley 7 March 1998 Eran A. Call 6 March 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 1[1] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


56 Operating Madrid Spain Temple
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4 April 1993 Ezra Taft Benson 11 June 1996 Gordon B. Hinckley 19 March 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single-spire Arquitechior Langdon, SA.


57 Operating Bogotá Colombia Temple
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7 April 1984 Spencer W. Kimball 26 June 1993 William R. Bradford 24 April 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Cerrano y Gomez Cuellar


58 Operating Guayaquil Ecuador Temple
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31 March 1982 Spencer W. Kimball 10 August 1996 Richard G. Scott 1 August 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Rafael Velez Calisto, Architects & Consultants and Church A&E Services


59 Operating Spokane Washington Temple
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August 13, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley October 10, 1998 F. Melvin Hammond August 21, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley


60 Closed for renovation Columbus Ohio Temple
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April 25, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley September 12, 1998 John K. Carmack September 4, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Firestone J. Mullin


61 Operating Bismarck North Dakota Temple
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July 29, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley October 17, 1998 Kenneth Johnson September 19, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Ritterbush-Ellig-Hulsing and Church A&E Services


62 Operating Columbia South Carolina Temple
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September 11, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley December 5, 1998 Gordon T. Watts October 16, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Mike Watson


63 Operating Detroit Michigan Temple
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August 10, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley October 10, 1998 Jay E. Jensen October 23, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Joan Coakley


64 Operating Halifax Nova Scotia Temple
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May 7, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley October 12, 1998 Jay E. Jensen November 14, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] L.A. Beaubien and Associates, and Church A&E Services


65 Operating Regina Saskatchewan Temple
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August 3, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley November 14, 1998 Hugh W. Pinnock November 14, 1999 Boyd K. Packer Classic modern, single spire[2] Roger B. Mitchell and Church A&E Services


66 Operating Billings Montana Temple
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August 30, 1996 Gordon B. Hinckley March 30, 1998 Hugh W. Pinnock November 20, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire CTA Architects Engineers


67 Operating Edmonton Alberta Temple
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August 11, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley February 27, 1999 Yoshihiko Kikuchi December 11, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Robert Bennett and Church A&E Services


68 Operating Raleigh North Carolina Temple
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September 3, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley February 6, 1999 Loren C. Dunn December 18, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley October 13, 2019 M. Russell Ballard Classic modern, single spire[2] Dan Dills


69 Operating St. Paul Minnesota Temple
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July 29, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley September 26, 1998 Hugh W. Pinnock January 9, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Ed Kodet, Jr. and Church A&E Services


70 Operating Kona Hawaii Temple
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May 7, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley March 13, 1999 John B. Dickson January 23, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Church A & E Services, Bob Lowder


71 Operating Ciudad Juárez Mexico Temple
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7 May 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 9 January 1999 Eran A. Call 26 February 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


72 Operating Hermosillo Sonora Mexico Temple
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20 July 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 5 December 1998 Eran A. Call 27 February 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


73 Operating Albuquerque New Mexico Temple
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April 4, 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley June 20, 1998 Lynn A. Mickelsen March 5, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Fanning Bard & Tatum


74 Operating Oaxaca Mexico Temple
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3 February 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 13 March 1999 Carl B. Pratt 11 March 2000 James E. Faust Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


75 Operating Tuxtla Gutiérrez Mexico Temple
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25 February 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 20 March 1999 Richard E. Turley Sr. 12 March 2000 James E. Faust Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


76 Operating Louisville Kentucky Temple
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March 17, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley May 29, 1999 John K. Carmack March 19, 2000 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire[2] Firestone Jaros Mullin--Mike Karpinski Architect


77 Operating Palmyra New York Temple
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February 21, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley May 25, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley April 6, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Dave A. Richards; Church A&E Services


78 Operating Fresno California Temple
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January 8, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley March 20, 1999 John B. Dickson April 9, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Paul Stommel AIA


79 Operating Medford Oregon Temple
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March 15, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley May 20, 1999 D. Lee Tobler April 16, 2000 James E. Faust Classic modern, single spire[2] Dan Park, Church A&E Services, Joseph E. Marty, Architect


80 Operating Memphis Tennessee Temple
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September 17, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley January 16, 1999 Gordon T. Watts April 23, 2000 James E. Faust May 5, 2019 Jeffrey R. Holland Classic modern, single spire[2] Dusty Driver; Church A&E Services


81 Operating Reno Nevada Temple
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April 12, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley July 24, 1999 Rex D. Pinegar April 23, 2000 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire[2] Church A&E Services


82 Operating Cochabamba Bolivia Temple
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13 January 1995 Gordon B. Hinckley 10 November 1996 Gordon B. Hinckley 30 April 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire BSW and Church A&E Services


83 Operating Tampico Mexico Temple
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8 July 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 28 November 1998 Eran A. Call 20 May 2000 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


84 Operating Nashville Tennessee Temple
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November 9, 1994 Howard W. Hunter March 13, 1999 John K. Carmack May 21, 2000 James E. Faust Classic modern, single spire[2] Robert Waldrip and Church A&E Services


85 Operating Villahermosa Mexico Temple
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30 October 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 9 January 1999 Richard E. Turley Sr. 21 May 2000 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


86 Operating Montreal Quebec Temple
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6 August 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 9 April 1999 Gary J. Coleman 4 June 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley 22 November 2015 Henry B. Eyring[3] Classic modern, single spire[2] Andrij Serbyn, Fichten Soiferman and Church A&E Services


87 Operating San José Costa Rica Temple
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17 March 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 24 April 1999 Lynn G. Robbins 4 June 2000 James E. Faust Classic modern, single spire[2] Álvaro Íñigo and Church A&E Services


88 Operating Fukuoka Japan Temple
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May 7, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley March 20, 1999 L. Lionel Kendrick June 11, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3[4] Kanji Moriya and Church A&E Services


89 Operating Adelaide Australia Temple
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17 March 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 29 May 1999 Vaughn J. Featherstone 15 June 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Simon Drew


90 Operating Melbourne Australia Temple
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October 30, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley March 20, 1999 P. Bruce Mitchell June 16, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Warwick Tempany and Church A&E Services


91 Operating Suva Fiji Temple
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7 May 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 8 May 1999 Earl M. Monson 18 June 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley 21 February 2016 Henry B. Eyring Classic modern, single spire[2] Conway Beg


92 Operating Mérida Mexico Temple
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25 September 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 16 January 1999 Carl B. Pratt 8 July 2000 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


93 Operating Veracruz Mexico Temple
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14 April 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 29 May 1999 Carl B. Pratt 9 July 2000 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


94 Operating Baton Rouge Louisiana Temple
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October 14, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley May 8, 1999 Monte J. Brough July 16, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley November 17, 2019 Quentin L. Cook Classic modern, single spire[2] Paul Tessier & Associates and Church A&E Services.


95 Operating Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple
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March 14, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley July 3, 1999 Rex D. Pinegar July 30, 2000 James E. Faust May 19, 2019 Henry B. Eyring Classic modern, single spire Richard Lueb and Church A&E Services


96 Operating Caracas Venezuela Temple
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30 September 1995 Gordon B. Hinckley 10 January 1999 Francisco J. Viñas 20 August 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Taller de Arquitectura and Church A&E Services


97 Operating Houston Texas Temple
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September 30, 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley June 13, 1998 Lynn A. Mickelsen August 26, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley April 22, 2018 M. Russell Ballard Classic modern, single spire Spencer Partnership Architects and Church A&E Services


98 Operating Birmingham Alabama Temple
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September 11, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley October 9, 1999 Stephen A. West September 3, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Robert Waldrip and Church A&E Services


99 Operating Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Temple
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November 16, 1993 Gordon B. Hinckley August 18, 1996 Richard G. Scott September 17, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Scott Partnership and Church A&E Services


100 Operating Boston Massachusetts Temple
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September 30, 1995 Gordon B. Hinckley June 13, 1997 Richard G. Scott October 1, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Tsoi/Kobus & Associates and Church A&E Services


101 Operating Recife Brazil Temple
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13 January 1995 Gordon B. Hinckley 11 November 1996 Gordon B. Hinckley 15 December 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Jerônimo da Cunha Lima (J&P Arquitetos Ltda.) and Church A&E Services


102 Operating Porto Alegre Brazil Temple
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30 September 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley 2 May 1998 James E. Faust 17 December 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Andre Belo de Faria and Church A&E Services


103 Operating Montevideo Uruguay Temple
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2 November 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 27 April 1999 Richard G. Scott 18 March 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Edvardo Signorelli


104 Operating Winter Quarters Nebraska Temple
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June 14, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley November 28, 1999 Hugh W. Pinnock April 22, 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 2 story Dan Reinhardt


105 Operating Guadalajara Mexico Temple
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14 April 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 12 June 1999 Eran A. Call 29 April 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Alvaro Inigo and Church A&E Services


106 Operating Perth Australia Temple
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June 11, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley November 20, 1999 Kenneth Johnson May 20, 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Christou Cassella & JEC


107 Operating Columbia River Washington Temple
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April 2, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley October 28, 2000 Stephen A. West November 18, 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley A & E Services, Joseph E. Marty Architect


108 Operating Snowflake Arizona Temple
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April 2, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley September 23, 2000 Rex D. Pinegar March 3, 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3[5] Trest Polina


109 Operating Lubbock Texas Temple
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April 2, 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley November 4, 2000 Rex D. Pinegar April 21, 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3 Tisdel Minckler and Associates.


110 Operating Monterrey Mexico Temple
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21 December 1995 Gordon B. Hinckley 4 November 2000 Lynn A. Mickelsen 28 April 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3 Alvaro Inigo


111 Operating Campinas Brazil Temple
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3 April 1997 Gordon B. Hinckley 1 May 1998 James E. Faust 17 May 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire JCL Arquitetos Ltd., and Church A&E Services


112 Operating Asunción Paraguay Temple
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2 April 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley 3 February 2001 Jay E. Jensen 19 May 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley 3 November 2019 D. Todd Christofferson Classic modern, single spire[2] Eduardo Signorelli


113 Operating Nauvoo Illinois Temple
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April 4, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley October 24, 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley June 27, 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley Greek revival FFKR Architecture[6] based on design by William Weeks


114 Operating The Hague Netherlands Temple
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16 August 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 26 August 2000 John K. Carmack 8 September 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Albert van Eerde


115 Operating Brisbane Australia Temple
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July 20, 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley May 26, 2001 Kenneth Johnson June 15, 2003 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire[2] Phillips, Smith, Conwell


116 Operating Redlands California Temple
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April 21, 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley December 1, 2001 Dieter F. Uchtdorf September 14, 2003 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3 Lloyd Platt & Associates with Higginson & Cartozian


117 Operating Accra Ghana Temple
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16 February 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 16 November 2001 Russell M. Nelson 11 January 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3 ARUP


118 Operating Copenhagen Denmark Temple
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17 March 1999 Gordon B. Hinckley 24 April 1999 Spencer J. Condie 23 May 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley Existing building adapted Arcito


119 Operating Manhattan New York Temple
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August 7, 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley September 23, 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley 13 June 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley Existing building adapted Frank Fernandez


120 Operating San Antonio Texas Temple
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June 24, 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley March 29, 2003 H. Bruce Stucki May 22, 2005 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3 Rehler, Vaughn & Koone


121 Operating Aba Nigeria Temple
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2 April 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley 23 February 2002 H. Bruce Stucki 7 August 2005 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Adeniyi Coker Consultants Limited


122 Operating Newport Beach California Temple
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April 21, 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley August 15, 2003 Duane B. Gerrard August 28, 2005 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3 Lloyd Platt and Allen Erekson


123 Operating Sacramento California Temple
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April 21, 2001 Gordon B. Hinckley August 22, 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley September 3, 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley Classic modern, single spire Joseph Marty Architect, Brian Everett and Maury Maher


124 Operating Helsinki Finland Temple
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2 April 2000 Gordon B. Hinckley 29 March 2003 D. Lee Tobler 22 October 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley Smaller and remote area 3 Evata Architects


125 Operating Rexburg Idaho Temple
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December 20, 2003 Gordon B. Hinckley July 30, 2005 John H. Groberg February 10, 2008 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire design Architectural Nexus; Bob Petroff


126 Operating Curitiba Brazil Temple
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23 August 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley 10 March 2005 Russell M. Nelson 1 June 2008 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire Jeronimo da Cunha Lima and GSBS


127 Operating Panama City Panama Temple
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23 August 2002 Gordon B. Hinckley 30 October 2005 Spencer V. Jones 10 August 2008 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire Mallol & Mallol and Naylor W. Lund


128 Operating Twin Falls Idaho Temple
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October 2, 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley April 15, 2006 Neil L. Andersen August 24, 2008 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire design MHTN Architects, Inc


129 Operating Draper Utah Temple
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October 2, 2004 Gordon B. Hinckley August 5, 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley March 20, 2009 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire design FFKR Architects


130 Operating Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple
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October 1, 2005 Gordon B. Hinckley December 16, 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley August 23, 2009 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire design Naylor Wentworth


131 Operating Vancouver British Columbia Temple
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25 May 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley 4 August 2007 Ronald A. Rasband 2 May 2010 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire design Abbarch Architecture and GSBS


132 Operating Gila Valley Arizona Temple
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April 26, 2008 Thomas S. Monson[7] February 14, 2009 Neil L. Andersen[8] May 23, 2010 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire design Gregory B. Lambright


133 Operating Cebu City Philippines Temple
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April 18, 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley November 14, 2007 Dallin H. Oaks[9] June 13, 2010 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single spire Architectural Nexus and Recio & Casa Architects


134 Operations suspended Kyiv Ukraine Temple
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20 July 1998 Gordon B. Hinckley 23 June 2007 Paul B. Pieper 29 August 2010 Thomas S. Monson[10] Classic modern, single spire MHTN and Strabag AG


135 Operating San Salvador El Salvador Temple
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7 November 2007 Gordon B. Hinckley 20 September 2008 Don R. Clarke 21 August 2011 Henry B. Eyring


136 Operating Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple
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17 December 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley[11] 14 March 2009 Don R. Clarke 11 December 2011 Dieter F. Uchtdorf Naylor Wentworth Lund Architects


137 Operating Kansas City Missouri Temple
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October 4, 2008 Thomas S. Monson[12] May 8, 2010 Ronald A. Rasband May 6, 2012 Thomas S. Monson


138 Operating Manaus Brazil Temple
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23 May 2007 Gordon B. Hinckley 20 June 2008 Charles A. Didier 10 June 2012 Dieter F. Uchtdorf[13]


139 Operating Brigham City Utah Temple
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October 3, 2009 Thomas S. Monson[14][15] July 31, 2010 Boyd K. Packer September 23, 2012 Boyd K. Packer Classic modern, two-spire design


140 Operating Calgary Alberta Temple
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4 October 2008 Thomas S. Monson 15 May 2010 Donald L. Hallstrom 28 October 2012 Thomas S. Monson Classic modern, single-spire design


141 Operating Tegucigalpa Honduras Temple
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9 June 2006 Gordon B. Hinckley 12 September 2009 Don R. Clarke 17 March 2013 Dieter F. Uchtdorf Classic modern, single spire


142 Operating Gilbert Arizona Temple
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April 26, 2008 Thomas S. Monson[16] November 13, 2010 Claudio R. M. Costa March 2, 2014 Henry B. Eyring & Thomas S. Monson Center spire
143 Operating Fort Lauderdale Florida Temple
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October 3, 2009 Thomas S. Monson[17] June 18, 2011 Walter F. González[18] May 4, 2014 Dieter F. Uchtdorf[19]


144 Operating Phoenix Arizona Temple
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May 24, 2008 Thomas S. Monson[20] June 4, 2011 Ronald A. Rasband November 16, 2014 Thomas S. Monson


145 Operating Córdoba Argentina Temple
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4 October 2008 Thomas S. Monson[21] 30 October 2010 Neil L. Andersen 17 May 2015 Dieter F. Uchtdorf


146 Operating Payson Utah Temple
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January 25, 2010 Thomas S. Monson October 8, 2011 Dallin H. Oaks June 7, 2015 Henry B. Eyring


147 Operating Trujillo Peru Temple
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13 December 2008 Thomas S. Monson[22] 14 September 2011 Rafael E. Pino 21 June 2015 Dieter F. Uchtdorf


148 Operating Indianapolis Indiana Temple
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October 2, 2010 Thomas S. Monson[23] September 29, 2012 Donald L. Hallstrom August 23, 2015 Henry B. Eyring


149 Operating Tijuana Mexico Temple
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2 October 2010 Thomas S. Monson[23] 18 August 2012 Benjamin de Hoyos[24] 13 December 2015 Dieter F. Uchtdorf[25]


150 Operating Provo City Center Temple
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October 1, 2011 Thomas S. Monson[26][27][28] May 12, 2012 Jeffrey R. Holland March 20, 2016 Dallin H. Oaks


151 Operating Sapporo Japan Temple
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3 October 2009 Thomas S. Monson[29][30] 22 October 2011 Gary E. Stevenson 21 August 2016 Russell M. Nelson


152 Operating Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple
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October 4, 2008 Thomas S. Monson[31] September 17, 2011 Henry B. Eyring September 18, 2016 Henry B. Eyring[32]


153 Operating Fort Collins Colorado Temple
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April 2, 2011 Thomas S. Monson[33][34] August 24, 2013 Ronald A. Rasband[35] October 16, 2016 Dieter F. Uchtdorf


154 Operating Star Valley Wyoming Temple
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October 1, 2011 Thomas S. Monson[36][37] April 25, 2015 Craig C. Christensen October 30, 2016 David A. Bednar


155 Operating Hartford Connecticut Temple
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October 2, 2010 Thomas S. Monson[23][38] August 17, 2013 Thomas S. Monson[39] November 20, 2016 Henry B. Eyring


156 Operating Paris France Temple
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15 July 2011 Thomas S. Monson   21 May 2017 Henry B. Eyring


157 Operating Tucson Arizona Temple
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October 6, 2012 Thomas S. Monson[40][41][42] October 17, 2015 Dieter F. Uchtdorf[43] August 13, 2017 Dieter F. Uchtdorf[44]


158 Operating Meridian Idaho Temple
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April 2, 2011 Thomas S. Monson[45] August 23, 2014 David A. Bednar November 19, 2017 Dieter F. Uchtdorf


159 Operating Cedar City Utah Temple
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April 6, 2013 Thomas S. Monson[46] August 8, 2015 L. Whitney Clayton[47] December 10, 2017 Henry B. Eyring Architectural Nexus, Salt Lake City, Utah


160 Operating Concepción Chile Temple
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3 October 2009 Thomas S. Monson[29][30] 17 October 2015 Walter F. González[48] 28 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson Neoclassical, 1-spire[49]


161 Operating Barranquilla Colombia Temple
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1 October 2011 Thomas S. Monson[50][51] 20 February 2016 Juan A. Uceda 9 December 2018 Dallin H. Oaks Republican (Neoclassic)


162 Operating Rome Italy Temple
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4 October 2008 Thomas S. Monson[52] 23 October 2010 Thomas S. Monson 10 March 2019 Russell M. Nelson Classic modern, two-spire design


163 Operating Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple
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1 October 2011 Thomas S. Monson[36][37] 12 February 2016 Neil L. Andersen 14 April 2019 Dale G. Renlund


164 Operating Fortaleza Brazil Temple
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3 October 2009 Thomas S. Monson[29][30] 15 November 2011 David A. Bednar[53] 2 June 2019 Ulisses Soares[54]


165 Operating Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple
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5 April 2015 Thomas S. Monson[55] 28 October 2017 Walter F. González 1 September 2019 David A. Bednar


166 Operating Lisbon Portugal Temple
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2 October 2010 Thomas S. Monson[23] 5 December 2015 Patrick Kearon 15 September 2019 Neil L. Andersen Simão Silva, ACS Architects


167 Operating Arequipa Peru Temple
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6 October 2012 Thomas S. Monson[56][57][58] 4 March 2017 Carlos A. Godoy 15 December 2019 Ulisses Soares


168 Operating Durban South Africa Temple
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1 October 2011 Thomas S. Monson[59][60] 9 April 2016 Carl B. Cook 16 February 2020 Ronald A. Rasband


169 Operating Winnipeg Manitoba Temple
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April 2, 2011 Thomas S. Monson December 3, 2016 Larry Y. Wilson 31 October 2021 Gerrit W. Gong


170 Operating Pocatello Idaho Temple
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2 April 2017 Thomas S. Monson[61] 16 March 2019 Wilford W. Andersen 7 November 2021 M. Russell Ballard


171 Operating Rio de Janeiro Brazil Temple
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April 6, 2013 Thomas S. Monson[62] March 4, 2017 Claudio R. M. Costa May 8, 2022 Gary E. Stevenson[63][64]


172 Operating Yigo Guam Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 4 May 2019 Yoon Hwan Choi 22 May 2022 David A. Bednar


173 Operating Praia Cape Verde Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 4 May 2019 Paul V. Johnson 19 June 2022 Neil L. Andersen


176 Under construction Abidjan Ivory Coast Temple
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5 April 2015 Thomas S. Monson[67] 8 November 2018 Neil L. Andersen


177 Under construction Urdaneta Philippines Temple
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2 October 2010 Thomas S. Monson[23] 16 January 2019 Jeffrey R. Holland


178 Under construction Bangkok Thailand Temple
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5 April 2015 Thomas S. Monson[68] 26 January 2019 Robert C. Gay


179 Under construction San Juan Puerto Rico Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 4 May 2019 Walter F. González


175 Dedication scheduled Quito Ecuador Temple
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3 April 2016 Thomas S. Monson[69] 11 May 2019 Enrique R. Falabella 20 November 2022 Quentin L. Cook


180 Under construction Lima Peru Los Olivos Temple
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3 April 2016 Thomas S. Monson[69] 8 June 2019 Enrique R. Falabella


174 Dedication scheduled Belém Brazil Temple
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3 April 2016 Thomas S. Monson[69] 17 August 2019 Marcos A. Aidukaitis[70] 20 November 2022 Dale G. Renlund


181 Under construction Saratoga Springs Utah Temple
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2 April 2017 Thomas S. Monson[61] 19 October 2019 Craig C. Christensen


182 Under construction Puebla Mexico Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 30 November 2019 Arnulfo Valenzuela


183 Under construction Richmond Virginia Temple
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1 April 2018 Russell M. Nelson[71] 11 April 2020 Randall K. Bennett


184 Under construction Layton Utah Temple
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1 April 2018 Russell M. Nelson[71] 23 May 2020 Craig C. Christensen


185 Under construction Alabang Philippines Temple
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2 April 2017 Thomas S. Monson[61] 4 June 2020[72] Evan A. Schmutz


186 Under construction Auckland New Zealand Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 13 June 2020 Ian S. Ardern


187 Under construction Feather River California Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 18 July 2020 Paul H. Watkins


188 Under construction Orem Utah Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73] 5 September 2020 Craig C. Christensen


189 Under construction San Pedro Sula Honduras Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson[74] 5 September 2020 José Hernández[75]


190 Under construction Brasília Brazil Temple
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2 April 2017 Thomas S. Monson[61] 26 September 2020 Adilson de Paula Parrella


191 Under construction Moses Lake Washington Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson[74] 10 October 2020 David L. Stapleton


192 Under construction Taylorsville Utah Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73] 31 October 2020 Gerrit W. Gong


193 Under construction Salta Argentina Temple
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1 April 2018 Russell M. Nelson[71] 4 November 2020 Benjamin De Hoyos


194 Under construction Bentonville Arkansas Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73] 7 November 2020 David A. Bednar


195 Under construction Red Cliffs Utah Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 7 November 2020 Jeffrey R. Holland


196 Under construction Davao Philippines Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 14 November 2020 Taniela B. Wakolo


197 Under construction Cobán Guatemala Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73] 14 November 2020 Brian K. Taylor


198 Under construction McAllen Texas Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73] 21 November 2020 Art Rascon


199 Under construction Antofagasta Chile Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson[74] 27 November 2020 Juan Pablo Villar


200 Under construction Bengaluru India Temple
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1 April 2018 Russell M. Nelson[71] 2 December 2020 Robert K. William


201 Under construction Okinawa Japan Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson[74] 5 December 2020 Takashi Wada


202 Under construction Harare Zimbabwe Temple
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3 April 2016 Thomas S. Monson[69] 12 December 2020 Edward Dube


203 Under construction Mendoza Argentina Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 17 December 2020[76] Allen D. Haynie


204 Under construction Deseret Peak Utah Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson 15 May 2021[77] Brook P. Hales


205 Under construction Tallahassee Florida Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson[78] 5 June 2021[79] James B. Martino


206 Under construction Syracuse Utah Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson[78] 12 June 2021[80] Kevin R. Duncan


207 Under construction Helena Montana Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 26 June 2021 Vern P. Stanfill


208 Under construction Salvador Brazil Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 7 August 2021 Adilson de Paula Parrella


209 Under construction Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson[78] 21 August 2021 Randall K. Bennett


210 Under construction Neiafu Tonga Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson[74] 11 September 2021 ‘Inoke F. Kupu


211 Under construction Nairobi Kenya Temple
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2 April 2017 Thomas S. Monson[61] 11 September 2021 Joseph W. Sitati


212 Under construction Phnom Penh Cambodia Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66] 18 September 2021 Veasna Kuonno Neang


213 Under construction Casper Wyoming Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 9 October 2021 S. Gifford Nielsen


214 Under construction Pago Pago American Samoa Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson[74] 30 October 2021 K. Brett Nattress


215 Under construction Bacolod Philippines Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73] 11 December 2021 Taniela B. Wakolo


216 Under construction Freetown Sierra Leone Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73] 19 March 2022 Hugo E. Martinez


217 Under construction Bahía Blanca Argentina Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson[78] 9 April 2022 Joaquin E. Costa


218 Under construction Grand Junction Colorado Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 16 April 2022 Chi Hong (Sam) Wong


219 Under construction Lindon Utah Temple
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4 October 2020 Russell M. Nelson[82] 23 April 2022 Kevin W. Pearson


220 Under construction Farmington New Mexico Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 30 April 2022 Anthony D. Perkins


221 Under construction Elko Nevada Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 7 May 2022 Paul B. Pieper


222 Under construction Burley Idaho Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 4 June 2022 Brent H. Nielson


223 Under construction Smithfield Utah Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 18 June 2022 Quentin L. Cook (Gary E. Stevenson assisting)


224 Under construction Yorba Linda California Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 18 June 2022 Mark A. Bragg


228 Site announced Port Moresby Papua New Guinea Temple
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5 October 2019 Russell M. Nelson[73]


229 Site announced Port Vila Vanuatu Temple
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4 October 2020 Russell M. Nelson[82]


230 Site announced Tarawa Kiribati Temple
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4 October 2020 Russell M. Nelson[82]


227 Groundbreaking scheduled Willamette Valley Oregon Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81] 29 October 2022 Valeri V. Cordon


231 Site announced Belo Horizonte Brazil Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


232 Site announced Cali Colombia Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


233 Site announced Miraflores Guatemala City Guatemala Temple
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4 October 2020 Russell M. Nelson[82]


234 Site announced Torreón Mexico Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


226 Groundbreaking scheduled Ephraim Utah Temple
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1 May 2021 Russell M. Nelson[83][84] 27 August 2022 Walter F. Gonzalez


235 Site announced Cape Town South Africa Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


236 Site announced Querétaro Mexico Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


238 Announced Managua Nicaragua Temple
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1 April 2018 Russell M. Nelson[71]


239 Announced Cagayan de Oro Philippines Temple
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1 April 2018 Russell M. Nelson[71]


240 Announced Russia Temple
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1 April 2018 Russell M. Nelson[71]


241 Announced Lagos Nigeria Temple
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7 October 2018 Russell M. Nelson[65][66]


242 Announced Budapest Hungary Temple
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7 April 2019 Russell M. Nelson[74]


225 Groundbreaking scheduled Lubumbashi Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson[78] 20 August 2022 Matthew L. Carpenter


243 Announced Benin City Nigeria Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson[78]


244 Announced Dubai United Arab Emirates Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson [78]


245 Announced Shanghai People's Republic of China Temple
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5 April 2020 Russell M. Nelson[78]


246 Announced São Paulo East Brazil Temple
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4 October 2020 Russell M. Nelson[82]


247 Announced Santa Cruz Bolivia Temple
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4 October 2020 Russell M. Nelson[82]


248 Announced Oslo Norway Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


249 Announced Brussels Belgium Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


250 Announced Vienna Austria Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


251 Announced Kumasi Ghana Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


252 Announced Beira Mozambique Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


253 Announced Singapore Republic of Singapore Temple
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4 April 2021 Russell M. Nelson[81]


254 Announced Kaohsiung Taiwan Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


255 Announced Tacloban City Philippines Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


256 Announced Monrovia Liberia Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


257 Announced Kananga Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


258 Announced Antananarivo Madagascar Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


259 Announced Culiacán Mexico Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


260 Announced Vitória Brazil Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


261 Announced La Paz Bolivia Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


262 Announced Santiago West Chile Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


263 Announced Fort Worth Texas Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


264 Announced Cody Wyoming Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


265 Announced Teton River Idaho Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


266 Announced Heber Valley Utah Temple
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3 October 2021 Russell M. Nelson[85][86]


Efforts halted in 1830s Temple Lot
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April 1829 August 1831 Joseph Smith, Jr. (land dedicated)


Historic site Kirtland Temple
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December 27, 1832 June 5, 1833 March 27, 1836 Joseph Smith Georgian and Colonial


Efforts halted in 1830s Far West Temple
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April 16, 1838 July 4, 1838 Quorum of the Twelve


Efforts halted in 1830s Adam-ondi-Ahman Temple
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April 26, 1838 October 1838 Joseph Smith


Destroyed Nauvoo Temple
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August 1840 February 18, 1841 May 1, 1846 Orson Hyde William Weeks


Destroyed Apia Samoa Temple (original)
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July 2, 1980 February 19, 1981 Spencer W. Kimball August 5, 1983 Gordon B. Hinckley Emil B. Fetzer


Efforts suspended in 2006 Harrison New York Temple
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September 30, 1995

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FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b one of three temples in a pilot program for very small temples.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah Several dozen temples, built from identical plans.
  3. ^ Weaver, Sarah Jane. "Montreal temple rededication", Church News, 22 November 2015. Retrieved on 21 March 2020.
  4. ^ 2-story, 2-tone design variant, nearly identical to the Snowflake Arizona Temple
  5. ^ 2-story, 2-tone design variant, nearly identical to the Fukuoka Japan Temple
  6. ^ "Nauvoo Illinois Temple", Church News
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  8. ^ "Open House and Dedication Dates Announced for Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple", Mormon Newsroom, LDS Church, January 31, 2009, retrieved October 15, 2012
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  13. ^ Weaver, Sarah Jane (June 10, 2012), "Manaus Brazil Temple: Dedication marks Church's 138th worldwide and sixth in Brazil", Church News, retrieved 2012-10-15
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  22. ^ "New temple announced in Trujillo, second in Peru", Church News, December 13, 2008, retrieved 2022-04-20
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  28. ^ "New Temples Announced for France, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Colombia, Utah and Wyoming", Newsroom (News Release), LDS Church, October 1, 2011, retrieved November 9, 2012.
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  35. ^ Sterzer, Rachel (August 24, 2013), "Elder Rasband breaks ground for Fort Collins Colorado Temple", Deseret News, retrieved August 25, 2013
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  39. ^ Avant, Gerry (August 17, 2013), "Pres. Monson breaks ground for the Hartford Connecticut Temple", Church News, retrieved August 18, 2013
  40. ^ Mandy, Morgan (October 8, 2012). "LDS Church announces plans for new temples in Arizona and Peru". Deseret News. Retrieved April 18, 2022.
  41. ^ "Tucson to get its own Mormon temple". Arizona Daily Star. October 7, 2012. Retrieved October 18, 2012.
  42. ^ "New temples announced for Tucson, Arizona and Arequipa, Peru". Church News. October 6, 2012. Retrieved October 18, 2012..
  43. ^ "Ground Broken for Temples in Chile and the U.S." Newsroom. LDS Church. October 17, 2015.
  44. ^ "Tucson Arizona Temple Is Dedicated: Marks the 6th Mormon temple in Arizona and 157th in the world", Newsroom, LDS Church, August 13, 2017
  45. ^ "Church Announces New Temples in Canada, Colorado and Idaho", MormonNewsroom.org (News Release), LDS Church, April 2, 2011, retrieved January 5, 2015
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  75. ^ Hernández, whose full name is José Bernardo Hernandez Orellana, is an area seventy of the Church.
  76. ^ The groundbreaking for this temple was originally announced to be in November ("Salt Lake City News ReleaseGroundbreakings Announced for Two South American Temples", newsroom, 2 October 2020). However, a December 17 news report confirmed that the groundbreaking took place on December 16 ("Mendoza Argentina Temple groundbreaking marks joyful day for local Latter-day Saints", Deseret News, 17 December 2020).
  77. ^ "Deseret Peak Utah Temple Construction Underway", newsroom, 15 May 2021
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  79. ^ "Tallahassee Temple Groundbreaking Kicks Off Construction Project", newsroom, 5 June 2021
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