*FRAME IS NOT INCLUDED*
The LDS Quotations store is now offering this beautiful, modern print of the Salt Lake Temple.
This minimalist poster could serve as simple addition to your wall art collection, or the smallest size could be framed and placed on a shelf or a mantle. These posters also could serve as a reasonably priced gift for a friend, missionary, or a family member for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, a Birthday, Christmas, etc.
It’s our hope that this carefully designed posters offer some light and personality to your living room, dining room, entry way, home office, bedroom or wherever you choose to display them!
Prints come in three sizes:
– 8×12 (2:3 ratio)
– 16×24 (2:3 ratio)
– 24×36 (2:3 ratio)
Resolution is 300pi.
Text in print:
“The Salt Lake Temple was the sixth temple to be constructed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Completed in 1893, it stands as the largest LDS temple with a total floor area of 253,000 square feet. It also took the longest to complete, with construction spanning over forty years. Wilford Woodruff drove the stake marking the site of the temple four days after the 1847 arrival of the pioneers. On that occasion President Brigham Young declared, “Here we will build a temple to our God.” The temple site was dedicated on February 14, 1853 by Heber C. Kimball. Thus began the arduous process of construction. Young insisted on building a structure that would endure through the millennium. His vision drove chief architect Truman O. Angell to discover a substantial granite deposit in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Over the next forty years, Angell and team painstakingly chiseled out huge granite blocks that weighed from 2,500 to 5,600 pounds and transported them to the nascent foundations of Temple Square. To ensure longevity, the walls of the temple were built to be nine feet thick. While Brigham Young did not live to see its completion, today, the Salt Lake Temple stands as a beacon to all nations. An estimated three to five million people flock to Temple Square each year, more visitors than all five of Utah’s national parks combined. In Young’s own words, the Salt Lake Temple is truly “built not for today nor tomorrow, but for all eternity.”
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