El Salvador temple ends open house, prepares for dedication on Sunday

The tens of thousands who recently visited the open house of the San Salvador El Salvador Temple were welcomed to a distinctly Salvadoran edifice.

Many of the paintings and artwork inside depict the Salvadoran landscape, while the country's national flower, the Flor de Izote, can be found in many of the temple's interior ornamentation.

Visitors were also greeted with the warmth that is emblematic of the Salvadoran people and the more than 100,000 Latter-day Saints who call this Central American nation home.

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