St. George Tabernacle reopens after restoration
A historic Mormon church building in southern Utah re-opened its doors after a two-year project to restore the tabernacle built by early settlers even as the new town struggled to survive through floods and heat. The Tabernacle in St. George, which the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints built in the 1860s, needed many renovations and safety upgrades, The Spectrum newspaper reported.
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