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17 New Temples Announced in General Conference

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In his concluding remarks at the April 2022 general conference, President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced plans to build 17 new temples throughout the world. They will be constructed in the following locations:

  1. Wellington, New Zealand
  2. Brazzaville, Republic of Congo
  3. Barcelona, Spain
  4. Birmingham, United Kingdom
  5. Cusco, Peru
  6. Maceió, Brazil
  7. Santos, Brazil


  8. San Luis Potosí, Mexico
  9. Mexico City Benemérito, Mexico
  10. Tampa, Florida
  11. Knoxville, Tennessee
  12. Cleveland, Ohio
  13. Wichita, Kansas
  14. Austin, Texas
  15. Missoula, Montana
  16. Montpelier, Idaho
  17. Modesto, California

President Nelson has announced 100 new temples since he became leader of the Church in 2018. With this latest announcement, the Church now has 282 total temples worldwide in operation, under construction or renovation, or announced.

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