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Map: How many Church historic sites can you identify?

Credit: Aaron Thorup, Church News

Church News has released a new map showing all of the Church’s historic sites in the United States. The sites stretch from Joseph Smith’s birthplace in Sharon, Vermont, in the east to The Mormon Battalion Center in San Diego in the west.

Twelve states, in a swath roughly across the center of the country, contain at least one Church historic site.

If you’d like to test your knowledge of these sites, check out the map below and see how many of the numbered points on the map you can identify. Then check out the full map with the key at the bottom of the page.

Credit: Aaron Thorup, Church News

All of the Church’s historical sites are now open to the public following the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, you can watch a prerecorded virtual tour or schedule a live virtual tour of many of the sites.

Visit for more information about what's available at each site.

▶ You may also like: What I learned about the limitless power of the Spirit during my virtual vacation to Church historic sites

OK, are you ready to check how many Church historical sites you were able to identify? Here's the full map and key:

Credit: Aaron Thorup, Church News

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