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Cochabamba Bolivia Temple

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Completed in 2000, the Cochabamba Bolivia Mormon Temple is the 82nd operating Mormon temple.

Made of granite and plaster, the temple has a sleek, modern design intended to reflect the Bolivian culture. It stands on a 6.67-acre site and has an area of 33,302 square feet. Inside are two ordinance rooms and two sealing rooms.

The Cochabamba Bolivia Temple (as it is officially named) was dedicated on April 30, 2000, by LDS president Gordon B. Hinckley.

Only Mormons with a temple recommend (an official LDS document) may enter the temple. Temple rituals are conducted in Spanish, Quechua and Aymara.

Quick Facts on Cochabamba Bolivia Temple

Site Information
Names:Cochabamba Bolivia Temple; Cochabamba LDS Temple
City:Cochabamba
Country:Bolivia
Categories:Temples
Faiths:Mormonism
Styles:Modern
Dates:1996-2000
Status:active
Visitor and Contact Information
Location:Cochabamba, Bolivia
Coordinates:17.363705° S, 66.147738° W  (view on Google Maps)
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Note: This information was accurate when first published and we do our best to keep it updated, but details such as opening hours can change without notice. To avoid disappointment, please check with the site directly before making a special trip.

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  1. Cochabamba Bolivia Temple - LDS Church Temples

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Title:Cochabamba Bolivia Temple
Author:Holly Hayes
Last updated:07/03/2009
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