Formerly the Hotel Utah, this building, completed in 1911, was renovated and reopened in 1993 as a multipurpose facility. It houses a genealogical research center, restaurants, and meeting and reception rooms.
The tall columns feature a scagliola finish, which typically incorporates marble dust and plaster, and is honed to give the appearance of marble.
The art glass ceiling was periodically covered or blacked out during WWII.
The Joseph Smith Memorial Building is located just east of Temple Square in Salt Lake City.
Above Sundance Resort, along the Alpine Loop Road, Aspen Grove is the starting point for a popular hiking trail to Mount Timpanogos, which, at 11,750 feet, is the second highest peak in the Wasatch Range.
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I hope to visit here again in the summer or fall, but, it’s February……… stay tuned.
Whenever my wife and I visit the redwood groves of Northern California, or the rock canyons of Southern Utah, she comments on the experience being similar to visiting a cathedral. These two recent panoramas remind me of those experiences. The first image is of the Holy Trinity Cathedral of the Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake.
The following “cathedral” is a small grove of pines above the Sundance Resort in Northern Utah.
Cathedrals have a way of lifting our vision, literally and figuratively.
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