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Rexburg Idaho LDS Temple, front, Idaho, USA
Idaho

The Rexburg Idaho LDS Temple was built in 2005-2007 and opened in February 2008.  The Temple is located just south of the BYU-I college campus, which can be seen partially in this image.

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