About 15 miles south of Sweden’s capital city, in a community called Västerhaninge, the Stockholm Sweden Temple illuminates this northern land on long winter nights. It is the 34th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the first in Scandinavia, serving Church members from Sweden, Norway and Latvia.The Stockholm Sweden Temple was built on a 4.5-acre lot in a striking modern style, with white masonry walls and a copper roof. Its angular design is accented by round windows and framed by six detached spires, the tallest of which supports a statue of angel Moroni, a Book of Mormon prophet. A charming cobblestone path cuts across the temple’s forested lot and leads to the front doors.
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Rebecca describes how the temple has helped her family to grow closer together.
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