Twelve decades after the completion and dedication of its Salt Lake Temple, the LDS Church is opening up the iconic Mormon landmark to the public for tours — in a virtual, visual and small-scale way.

With the actual 117-year-old gray-granite temple serving as a fitting backdrop, a 1/32nd-scale Salt Lake Temple model towering more than 7 feet tall was unveiled Friday morning by church leaders in the Temple Square South Visitors' Center.

via Mormon church shows inside view of Salt Lake Temple through new exhibit | Deseret News.

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