Merida Yucatan Mexico Temple: Facts and figures

Location: Calle 70 #527 X65-67, centro, Merida

Temple presidency: President, Nefi Treviño A.; counselors, Jose Fernando Aguilar V. and Eduardo Sosa S.

Rooms: Celestial room, baptistry, two ordinance rooms, two sealing rooms.

Exterior: Blanco Guardiano white marble from Torreon, Mexico.

Size: 10,850 square feet.

Architect: Alvaro Iñigo.

Contractor: Okland Construction Co.

District: Nine stakes, two districts and three unaffiliated branches.

Schedule: By appointment.

Pertinent facts: Announced Sept. 25, 1998; groundbreaking Jan. 16, 1999; open house held June 24, 26-July 1, 2000, with 14,151 attending; dedicated in four sessions July 8, 2000, by President Thomas S. Monson, first counselor in the First Presidency, with 5,478 attending.

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