Built atop a flourishing slope once known as Cerro de Conejos, or Rabbit Hill, the Tampico Mexico Temple overlooks tidy lawns, flowerbeds and palm trees. The white marble edifice not only serves as a sacred place of worship for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but it also provides an inspirational beacon of light for Tampico, an industrial city situated near the Gulf of Mexico. The Tampico Mexico Temple is the 83rd Mormon temple worldwide and the eighth in Mexico.
The Tampico Mexico Temple is clad in Blanco Guardiano white marble. The surface above each window is decorated with repeating circular designs, and circles also appear in the windows’ glass. An elegant spire capped with a gold-leafed statue of the angel Moroni, a Book of Mormon prophet, rises against the humid Gulf Coast sky.
avenida Ejercito Mexicano Número 74
CIUDAD MADERO 89460
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