Albequerque Temple Box
  • Albuquerque Temple Box

Albuquerque Temple Box


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The Albuquerque temple has a couple of features that make it unique from other temples.  First, it is constructed in a split-level fashion – the front is one story tall, while the back is two stories tall.  Second, it is entered at the back, instead of the front.  Third, its 17 windows protrude from its exterior walls instead of being inset.  My temple box version of the Albuquerque temple incorporates all of these unique features, plus it is one of the few temple boxes that includes an entry roof.  The Albuquerque temple box includes 62 parts and measures 7⅜” x 7” x 5¼”, with a box capacity of almost 37 in³.  It is made primarily of pine with some birch plywood.

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