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SALT LAKE CITY — Temple Square is Utah’s most visited attraction — over 5 million tourists come here each year.
After 126-years, the historic Salt Lake Temple is closed now for four years. Major structural and seismic renovations are underway.
Dan Rascon looks at the grand plans for the remodel and the history of this iconic building that took pioneers 40-years to build. Plus you’ll see what the closure means for temple patrons and others who spend time here — and get a preview of what you can expect to see in 2024.
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