The Helsinki Finland Temple is the 10th European temple and the 124th temple in the world built by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Located in the city of Espoo, northwest of Helsinki, the temple serves Church members in Finland, as well as those in the Baltic countries, Belarus and part of Russia.
A light gray Italian granite finish covers the temple exterior, and four columns hold up the porch that covers the temple entrance. Rising from the temple’s single-story rectangular base, a dark copper spire stands against the vivid blue Finnish sky. The dome covering the celestial room is made from the same metal. A statue of the angel Moroni, covered in gold leaf, tops the spire, symbolizing the restored gospel message proclaimed throughout the world.
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