7 Pictures of the Louisville Temple You Haven’t Seen (probably)

7 Pictures of the Louisville Temple You Haven’t Seen (probably)

(Feature photo can be found here: Louisville Temple – Morning Light by Rory Wallwork)

The Louisville Kentucky Temple is one of many small temples built during or shortly after the time of President Hinkley. It was the first temple to be built in Kentucky, and for now remains the only one in the state. It is located in a beautiful forested area just a short distance east of Louisville, in the city of Crestwood.

The temple was dedicated on March 19, 2000, by Thomas S. Monson. It was the 76th temple in the world. It serves Latter-day Saints in parts of Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, and West Virginia.

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7 Pictures of the Louisville Temple You Haven’t Seen (probably) | Dedicated on March 19, 2000, the Louisville Kentucky Temple is a small but beautiful temple surrounded by forest, and here are 7 pictures we wanted to share!

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