Latter-day Saint temples continue to be built around the world as the gospel of Jesus Christ rolls forth. Here’s a quick look at temple news and updates from this last week.
Rendering and Location Released For The Querétaro Mexico Temple
The official rendering for the Querétaro Mexico Temple has been released. It was also announced that the temple will be built at Prolongación Tecnológico Norte 150 in the Colonia San Pablo neighborhood of Querétaro. Currently, there are 13 dedicated temples in Mexico and one under construction in Puebla.
Rendering and Location Released For The Cape Town South Africa Temple
The official rendering for the Cape Town South Africa Temple has also been released. The temple will be built at 3 Liesbeek Road in the Observatory neighborhood of Cape Town. It will be the third temple in South Africa in addition to the Johannesburg South Africa Temple and the Durban South Africa Temple.
Framing Of The Desert Peak Utah Temple
The Desert Peak Utah Temple continues to take shape as framing of the first level of the temple is completed and work the second level begins.
Painting The Abidjan Ivory Coast Temple
Work continues on the exterior of the Abidjan Ivory Coast Temple this week as the steeple was painted and moldings were installed around the window openings.
The Montevideo Uruguay Temple is reopening in Phase 2-B.