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Window Openings Covered in Durban
To keep out rain and dust, the window opening at the Durban South Africa Temple have been boarded while workers insulate walls and hang drywall. The roof decking has been waterproofed and battens are being secured. Stairs on the west outer wall will soon be poured.
Reservations Available for Utah Open House
Open house tickets are now available to tour the newly renovated Jordan River Utah Temple. The open house runs from Saturday 17 March through Saturday 28 April, excluding Sundays. Reserve your tickets here.
Steady Progress in North Carolina
Crews at the Raleigh North Carolina Temple have completed dismantling the interior of the building and are making quick progress on removing the marble cladding from the exterior. Improvements to the temple include changes to the floor plan, updates to all mechanical and electrical systems, and significant alterations to the exterior appearance.
Chilean Temple Approaches Completion
The Concepción Chile Temple is entering its final months of construction. Interior finish work is nearly complete, art glass is being installed, and soft landscaping is progressing.
An Aerial View over Rome
The well-defined grounds of the Rome Italy Temple complex are visible in a stunning new aerial photograph. Advancements are being made on the landscaping and on all our buildings on the temple complex. Construction has been underway for 7 1/2 years. No completion date has been announced.
At the Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo Temple, crews are making steady progress on the roof, steeple, and exterior paint. Construction of a guardhouse is well underway at the entrance. Inside, stone and tile work is set to begin shortly.
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