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20 Top Washington D.C. Temple Pictures

The Washington D.C. Temple is one of the more recognizable LDS Temples. Its circlet of gold steeples and towering marble walls make it stand out above the surrounding trees. So far, the central tower is the tallest spire of all LDS Temples around the world, and the entire building spans an enormous 160,000 square feet. 


The lush grounds match the beauty of the area with full flower beds, several water features, long stretches of lawns, and many trees lining the path to the temple doors. In some sections of the building, the marble walls are thin enough for natural sunlight to glow through, serving as a reminder of Heaven’s warmth and light. 


The Washington D.C. Temple was the first LDS Temple constructed on the East Coast. The first dedication was on November 19, 1974. Recently, as been under renovations for the past year and is set for a second open house and a rededication in April of 2022. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints eagerly await the completed renovation and rededication of a building that has helped so many individuals and families in the area draw closer to God.


In the end, that is the purpose of LDS Temples. They allow church members an opportunity to make special promises with God, perform important ordinances such as baptism on behalf of family members who have passed on, and take quiet time to ponder and reflect. 


The Washington D.C. Temple has played an enormous role in the lives of many Latter-day Saints, both local and visiting. However, many others have also been able to experience its peaceful surroundings and immaculate interior. Just before it was first dedicated, in 1974, an open house allowed visitors to tour the completed building. Over 750,000 people attended, including some higher profile visitors as might be expected for a building constructed in the country’s capital. 


Not surprisingly, Washington DC Temple pictures make up one of our biggest collections of LDS Temple photography, and artwork. Photographers and painters alike have put much time and years of professional experience into building a robust gallery of this sacred building of worship. 


We hope you enjoy this selection! 

Washington DC Temple Pictures

Washington DC Temple - American Rose by Mandy Jane Williams

Washington DC Temple - At Night by Kyle Woodbury

Washington DC Temple - Chrome Series by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - Covenant Path Series by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - Flowers by Scott Jarvie

Washington DC Temple - Holy Places Series by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - Fountains by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - Sepia by Robert A Boyd

The Washington D.C. Temple has played an enormous role in the lives of many Latter-day Saints, both local and visiting. 

Washington DC Temple - Through the Leaves by Scott Jarvie

Washington DC Temple - Side Textured by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - Daytime Reflection by Scott Jarvie

Washington DC Temple - Spires by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - Spring Flower View by Kyle Woodbury

Washington DC Temple - Sunrise by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - A House of Peace by Robert A Boyd

Washington DC Temple - Yellow Christmas Lights by Scott Jarvie

Washington DC Temple Paintings

Washington DC Temple - In the Spring by Abigale Palmer

Washington DC Temple by Anne Bradham

Our LDS Temple gallery is always growing and expanding as we take on new artists and as our current professionals expand their collection of completed works. Visit our website to peruse our full Washington DC Temple pictures collection



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