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Mexico City LDS Temple and Museum

 

The Mexico City LDS Temple is one of the most important Mormon temples in Mexico. Built in 1983, the façade was inspired by Maya architecture with other references to ancient decorative motifs. With an active community in Mexico City, the temple also hosts a museum that documents some of the church’s history in Mexico and in Mexico City. Guided tours.

 

How to get here
  • Avenida 510 #90 Col. San Juan de Aragon, Gustavo A. Madero 07950 CDMX
  • 55 5003 3700

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