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Manaus Brazil Temple

138th dedicated temple in operation
Manaus Brazil Temple

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Avenida Coronel Texeira #3162
Ponta Negra
69037-000  Manaus–AM
Telephone:  (+55) 92-3212-7270


NO clothing rental available
NO cafeteria food served
Patron housing available
Distribution center nearby (Store Locator)


23 May 2007

Groundbreaking and Site Dedication: 

20 June 2008 by Charles A. Didier

Public Open House: 

18 May–2 June 2012


10 June 2012 by Dieter F. Uchtdorf


7.7 acres  |  3.1 hectares

Exterior Finish: 

Branco Paris granite from Brazil

Architectural Features: 

Single attached end spire with an angel Moroni statue

Ordinance Rooms: 

Two instruction rooms (two-stage progressive), two sealing rooms, and one baptistry

Total Floor Area: 

32,032 square feet  |  2,976 square meters


106 feet  |  33 meters

Temple Locale

The Manaus Brazil Temple is located on the west end of Manaus on the banks of the Rio Negro. Manaus is the capital of the state of Amazonas and is located about 11 miles above the confluence of the Rio Negro with the Amazon River.

Temple History

The Manaus Brazil Temple was the sixth temple built in Brazil.

The Manaus Brazil Temple was a highly welcomed announcement made on May 23, 2007. For the thousands of saints of northern Brazil who, for many years, had traveled days to reach the Caracas Venezuela Temple, Recife Brazil Temple, or São Paulo Brazil Temple, a temple in Manaus was a blessing indeed.

Ground was broken for the Manaus Brazil Temple on the banks of the Rio Negro on Friday, June 20, 2008. Elder Charles A. Didier presided over the ceremony. The program included inspiring remarks and musical selections.1

On October 5, 2011, numerous onlookers gathered around the Manaus Brazil Temple to witness the raising and placement of the gold-leafed angel Moroni statue atop the single spire.

  1. "Temple to be erected in Manaus, Brazil," Church News 2 Jun. 2007: 7.

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