LDS Conference Center - Gallery

Gallery

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  • East lobby

  • Organ and stage

  • Balcony level lobby

  • First floor lobby

  • Main lobby from balcony level

  • Balcony level

  • North side

  • Green roof

  • Roof spire

  • Busts of Church Presidents

  • Garden roof mural

  • Painting in second floor

  • The Organ in the Conference Center is the other organ that the Choir uses as accompaniment and always uses it in LDS General Conference

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