After the martyrdom of Joseph Smith, the Saints were led from Nauvoo to the site of modern day Salt Lake City. It was not too long afterwards that Brigham Young directed the Saints to expand their growth into other areas.
Since that time many temples have been built worldwide. The México City, México Temple is officially considered the 25th LDS temple. Three other temples built are not considered in the official count. They are the Kirkland Temple, The Original Nauvoo Temple, and the Apia, Western Samoa Temple which was destroyed by fire on July 9, 2003.
The México City, México Temple was dedicated from December 2-4 of 1983, by Gordon B. Hinckley.
The México City, México Temple is located at : Avenida 510 #90, Colonia San Juan de Aragón, México City, Distrito Federal, México.
The temple grounds are 7 acres in size and the temple has an exterior made of white cast stone with ornate adaptations of ancient Mayan designs especially on the upper portion of the temple.
The interior is composed of four ordinance rooms and eleven sealing rooms. Its total floor area is approximately 116,642 square feet in size.
The temple code is: MEXIC and it's phone number is: (52) 555-747-5038
A limited amount of patron housing is available for out-of-town visitors. Please call in advance for additional information.
Full cafeteria service is available and clothing rental is available for a small cleaning fee.
The Mexico City, Mexico, Temple District includes 72 stakes, 7 districts and 4 missions there are over 283,860 members in the district.
This page contains a sample of the best digital photos and pictures that we have taken of the Mexico City Temple.
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The Mexico City International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México or AICM), also called Benito Juárez International Airport (IATA: MEX, ICAO: MMMX) is the major commercial airport that serves Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. It is also Mexico's and Latin America's busiest airport!
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We have used this method, many times, when traveling in Mexico. We have found it to be safe and it works!!! We have never experienced a problem, doing it this way!
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