FUKUOKA JAPAN TEMPLE
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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Monument Signs Installed for the Mendoza Argentina Temple
Two monument signs have been installed on the grounds of the Mendoza Argentina Temple. One is attached to the curved retaining wall below the entrance plaza and the other is a freestanding sign at the vehicle entrance to the property. Beautiful royal palms line the entrance to the temple and are thriving in the summer heat that has arrived in Argentina. Crews are working quickly to finish up construction on the project.
An Aerial View of the Pago Pago American Samoa Temple
A recent aerial view of the Pago Pago American Samoa Temple site shows a slice of the village of Tafuna with the Central stake center and temple at the middle of the photograph and the deep blue waters of the Pacific Ocean in the background. Framing has begun for the pitched roof that will sit over the front center section of the building behind the portico. The temple has been under construction for just over 25 months.
Cladding Progress of the Farmington New Mexico Temple Steeple
Stone cladding of the Farmington New Mexico Temple steeple is progressing quickly. Panels have been attached to the majority of the spire while work continues on the pedestal and mechanical level walls. The face of front portico has yet to be clad as well. On the grounds, large portions of the hardscape have been installed, and some planting of trees and plants has taken place. Construction has been underway for over 19 months.
A View of the Auckland New Zealand Temple from Great South Road
The Auckland New Zealand Temple is an impressive sight from Great South Road, which lies about a quarter of a mile (400 meters) to the east. Stone cladding is steadily moving up the west face of the temple toward the base of the steeple. Stained-glass windows have been shipped and will be installed in the coming weeks. The temple stands on a hill between a stake center and the New Zealand Missionary Training Center.