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Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple open house begins

The public open house for the Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple began Friday, Nov. 11, and is scheduled to continue through Nov. 26.

The new temple is then scheduled to be dedicated on Sunday, Dec. 11, during three dedicatory sessions presided over by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf of the First Presidency.

The Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple will be the Church's fifth in Central America, and will serve approximately 60,000 Latter-day Saints.

Other temples in Central America are located in Guatemala City, Guatemala; San Jose, Costa Rica; Panama City, Panama; and San Salvador, El Salvador.

Another Central American temple is under construction in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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