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Manaus Brazil Mormon Temples

Rising amid the beautiful palm trees and lush foliage of one of Brazil’s largest Amazonian cities, the Manaus Brazil Temple stands as a landmark for Manaus’s 1.7 million people. Manaus is located deep in the Amazon rain forest, and visitors can reach the city only by plane or boat. Because of its seclusion, the Manaus Brazil Temple is the only Mormon temple to have its own dock for visitors and patrons arriving by boat on the grand Rio Negro.

The Manaus Brazil Temple is the 138th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the sixth to be built in Brazil. The temple features tall stained-glass windows and a granite exterior finish. A gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni adorns the temple’s large spire. The statue depicts the Book of Mormon prophet blowing a trumpet to signify the spreading of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.

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Temples

Finished/Dedicated: 6

Under Construction: 1

Announced: 1

Membership

1,289,376

Missions

34

Congregations

1,996

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Mormon temples are the holiest places of worship on earth for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Within these sacred walls, participants commit to live ethical and morally upright lives, and to be faithful to their spouse and family.