Enjoyed the recital at noon. You can walk around and across to the temple square for pictures.
worth going. Some volunteers explained that volunteers from Hong Kong and the Philippines used English and Chinese to explain how to become a religious cult. Mormonism is not a cult. The Hong Kong girl wept emotionally. Hear the organ playing. The voice feels very deep, melodious and holy
Amazing architecture is also a super feat in terms of design and construction. Very beautiful place. Be sure to watch the demonstration of the needle landing in the choir hall. During my visit, the temple was closed to the public, but I originally wanted to visit it.
The Great Chapel is in the Temple Square. The most worth seeing is the 12th largest organ performance in the world. The feeling of playing with more than 16,000 organ pipes is super explosive. There is no microphone in the chapel, and the unique sound transmission effect is directly praised.
The Salt Lake City Chapel is a large circular single-story building. The ceiling is supported by 44 sandstone pillars. It has a history of 150 years. It has 8,000 seats and can accommodate 12,000 people. On the choir of the Great Chapel is the largest pipe organ in the world. It consists of 11,000 tubes of various sizes and is four stories high. The Mormon Church Choir sings hymns under the accompaniment of this pipe organ. The sound is beautiful, and the reverberation is around the beam! It’s a pity that I went in twice and didn’t see the Cultist concert
Preston_Dominguez: 50 E North Temple, (at the Temple Square Tabernacle), Salt Lake City, UT 84150-9001
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Salt Lake Temple,Utah State Capitol,The Tabernacle,Temple Square,Lion House