9 Pictures of the Columbia River Temple You Haven’t Seen Yet

9 Pictures of the Columbia River Temple You Haven’t Seen Yet

(Feature photo can be found here: Columbia River Temple – Golden Glow by Rory Wallwork)

The Columbia River Temple is located in Richland, Washington, which is one of the tri-cities, (along with Kennewick and Pasco). Richland is located along the junction of the Columbia River, where it connects with the Snake and Yakima Rivers. The impressive Columbia River is 1200 miles long and the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, and it is after this river that the temple is named.

The Columbia River Temple’s exterior is made from Bethel white granite from Vermont and Italy. The temple also has a beautiful multi-level spire that features ornamental columns and is topped with a statue of the Angel Moroni. Peaceful grounds surround the temple, and there is a wonderful cascading water feature on the north side of the temple.

Before we share these beautiful temple pictures with you, here are a couple of facts about the Columbia River Temple:

  • It was the 107th temple built in the world and the 3rd temple built in Washington, following the Seattle Temple and the Spokane Temple.
  • It was dedicated on November 18, 2001 by Gordon B. Hinckley.

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9 Pictures of the Columbia River Temple You Haven’t Seen Yet | The beautiful Columbia River Washington Temple is located in the Richland area. Here are 9 amazing pictures of the temple that you may not have seen yet.

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