Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Christmas Lights: Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Christmas lights at Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah begin to lit up on the following day after Thanksgiving Day. Hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights sparkle from trees are lighting up around Temple Square every night until New Year's Day. Free entrance is opened to everybody, including tourist, to enjoy the Christmas Lighting at Temple Square at nights. 

Temple Square is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and also becomes the world's headquarter at the square. If you are interested to learn more and experience the Mormon culture and its pioneer heritage, you can join the guided tour here:


Horse carriage outside the Temple Square


Temple Square building was taken at the main street




Temple Square building was taken from inside compound




The Birth of Jesus Christ story at the compound of Temple Square





Jerusalem AD 33 model




Christus statue at North Visitors' Center, Temple Square 




The model layout of Temple Square in the building



The model layout of Temple Square at the corners of the building



Christmas Lighting within the compound of Temple Square





Assembly Hall is located in front of Temple Square



At the side of Assembly Hall


The front entrance of Assembly Hall with the Seagull Monument




Inside the Assembly Hall












The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints conference center is located outside of Temple Square

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