Temple time line - 1980-1989

April 2, 1980 - Seven temples announced: Apia, Western Samoa, (originally announced for American Samoa); Atlanta, Ga.; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Nuku'alofa, Tonga; Papeete, Tahiti; Santiago, Chile; and Sydney, Australia.

Oct. 27, 1980 - Tokyo Temple dedicated.Nov. 17, 1980 - Seattle (Wash.) Temple dedicated.

April 1, 1981 - Nine temples announced: Chicago, Ill.; Dallas, Texas; Guatemala City, Guatemala; Frankfurt, Germany; Johannesburg, South Africa; Lima, Peru; Manila, Philippines; Seoul, Korea; and Stockholm, Sweden.

Nov. 16, 1981 - Jordan River Temple dedicated.

March 31, 1982 - Four temples announced: Boise, Idaho; Denver, Colo.; Guayaquil, Ecuador; and Taipei, Taiwan.

Oct. 9, 1982 - Freiberg DDR Temple announced.

June 1, 1983 - Atlanta Georgia Temple dedicated.

Aug. 5, 1983 - Apia Samoa Temple dedicated.

Aug. 9, 1983 - Nuku'alofa Tonga Temple dedicated.

Sept. 15, 1983 - Santiago Chile Temple dedicated.

Oct. 27, 1983 - Papeete Tahiti Temple dedicated.

Dec. 2, 1983 - Mexico City Temple dedicated.

April 7, 1984 - Five temples announced: Bogota, Colombia; Las Vegas, Nev.; Portland, Ore.; San Diego, Calif.; Toronto, Ontario.

May 25, 1984 - Boise Idaho Temple dedicated.

Sept. 20, 1984 - Sydney Australia Temple dedicated.

Sept. 25, 1984 - Manila Philippines Temple dedicated.

Oct. 19, 1984 - Dallas Texas Temple dedicated.

Nov. 17, 1984 - Taipei Taiwan Temple dedicated.

Dec. 14, 1984 - Guatemala City Temple dedicated.

June 29, 1985 - Freiberg DDR Temple dedicated.

July 2, 1985 - Stockholm Sweden Temple dedicated.

Aug. 9, 1985 - Chicago Illinois Temple dedicated.

Aug. 24, 1985 - Johannesburg South Africa Temple dedicated.

Dec. 14, 1985 - Seoul Korea Temple dedicated.

Jan. 10, 1986 - Lima Peru Temple dedicated.

Jan. 17, 1986 - Buenos Aires Argentina Temple dedicated.

Oct. 24, 1986 - Denver Colorado Temple dedicated.

Aug. 28, 1987 - Frankfurt Germany Temple dedicated.

Aug. 19, 1989 - Portland Oregon Temple dedicated.

Dec. 16, 1989 - Las Vegas Nevada Temple to be dedicated.

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