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Provo Tabernacle

Latter-day Saint Historic Art | Images of the pioneer, handcart paintings

Latter-day Saint Historic art includes Temple Art and Utah history Gallery Nauvoo selection Latter-day Saint Artists  James Christensen, Greg Olsen, J. Kirk Richards, del parson Deseret Book Art

Provo Tabernacle

Provo city center Temple Tabernacle, Mormon LDS Temple art
Provo city center Temple Tabernacle, Mormon LDS Temple art

Provo Tabernacle

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Built in 1898, and added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1975, the Provo Tabernacle served as a tabernacle until December 2010 when it was severely damaged from a fire.  This tabernacle was actually the second tabernacle built at this location in Provo, UT.  The first building could only seat 1100 people and by the time it was finished, at the dedication, Brigham Young declared it "was entirely too small and should have been completed 12 years earlier."  Hence, this second tabernacle was under construction soon! It now serves as the Provo City Center Temple.


This gorgeous, historic building was repurposed and dedicated as the Provo City Center Temple in March 2016.

It is printed on heavy stock acid free art
Sizes - 11"x 14" or  16"x 20"

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