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Md. governor Larry Hogan, media get first tour of D.C. Mormon Temple in 48 years

April 19, 2022

The Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints opened its doors to outsiders for the first time in 48 years on Monday, hosting Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and members of the media for a private tour of recently completed renovations. Top church officials led the tour of the 156,558-square-foot structure in Kensington, Maryland, the third-largest Mormon temple in the world. The officials said they expect thousands of people to come this month for the first public tours of the building since it opened in 1974.

Article Source: Washington Times

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