112-Year-Old Temple Appears to Float Effortlessly in Mid-Air (6 Photos)

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It’s not every day that you see an almost 7 million pound building suspended in mid-air. But that’s the case with this Tabernacle located in Provo, Utah. The Provo Tabernacle, originally constructed from 1883-1898, suffered extreme fire damage in 2010. However, the 112-year-old exterior continued to stand strong and, in 2011, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) announced that they would restore the building and convert it into a Mormon temple. The very special building has been the center of Provo for over 100 years, so to preserve and repurpose the temple is a very important project for the city.
112-Year-Old Temple Appears to Float Effortlessly in Mid-Air (6 Photos)

112-Year-Old Temple Appears to Float Effortlessly in Mid-Air (6 Photos)
112-Year-Old Temple Appears to Float Effortlessly in Mid-Air (6 Photos)
112-Year-Old Temple Appears to Float Effortlessly in Mid-Air (6 Photos)
112-Year-Old Temple Appears to Float Effortlessly in Mid-Air (6 Photos)
112-Year-Old Temple Appears to Float Effortlessly in Mid-Air (6 Photos)

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