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Time-Lapse: 3 Months of Construction on the Salt Lake Temple

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This fun video released by the Church Newsroom shows the first three months of renovations at the Salt Lake Temple. It especially highlights the demolition of the existing South Visitors’ Center, which is to be replaced with two new guest and visitor pavilions. The progress continues on the temple, which is expected to be completed in 2024. You can learn more about the renovations here.

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