Córdoba Argentina Temple

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Córdoba Argentina Temple
Location of construction site.
Location of construction site.
Number 145 edit data
Dedication 17 May 2015 (17 May 2015) by
Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Floor area 34,369 sq ft (3,193 m2)
Preceded by Phoenix Arizona Temple
Followed by Payson Utah Temple
Official websiteNews & images

Coordinates: 31°21′31″S 64°14′44″W / 31.35861°S 64.24556°W / -31.35861; -64.24556

The Córdoba Argentina Temple is a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) under construction in the Villa Belgrano neighborhood of Córdoba, Argentina. The temple was announced by church president Thomas S. Monson on October 4, 2008 during the church's 178th Semiannual General Conference .[4] A later press release indicated that the temple will be built adjacent to the Argentina Córdoba Mission headquarters.[5] The Córdoba temple will be the second in Argentina, after the Buenos Aires Argentina Temple.

The groundbreaking was October 30, 2010, presided over by Neil L. Andersen, who was accompanied by Walter F. Gonzalez, Mervyn B. Arnold, and Marcos A. Aidukaitis.[6] A public open house is scheduled from Friday, 17 April 2015, through Saturday, 2 May 2015, excluding Sundays. The temple was formally dedicated by Dieter F. Uchtdorf on Sunday, May 17, 2015.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Mikita, Carole (October 4, 2008). "LDS Church plans temples in Rome, 4 other locations". KSL.com. Retrieved 2012-10-29. 
  2. ^ "New Temples To Open in 2015", Newsroom (LDS Church), 2014-12-12 
  3. ^ a b "Church Dedicates Córdoba Argentina Temple: The second temple in Argentina and 145th in the World", Newsroom (LDS Church), 2015-05-17 
  4. ^ Dougherty, James M (October 5, 2008), "Rome LDS temple, four others announced", Deseret News, retrieved 2012-10-29 
  5. ^ "News Story", Newsroom (LDS Church), October 7, 2008, retrieved 2012-10-29  |chapter= ignored (help)
  6. ^ Swensen, Jason (November 2, 2010), "Ground is broken for Cordoba Argentina Temple", Church News, retrieved 2012-10-29 

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