This list contains the most beautiful modern temples from different parts of the world. Feel free to vote, comment on the elements that make up and also suggest what may be needed.
At 74.5 meters, it is the tallest building in Iceland. The church has its name dedicated to the Icelandic poet Hallgrímur Pétursson, who is best known in Iceland for his hymns.
Mosque of Aleppo (Islam)
Built on the old Christian cathedral of Santa Elena, the Great Mosque and madrassa (school where the Qur'an is studied) Halawiyé highlight its figure on the rest of the buildings
Crystal Cathedral (Christian)
The Crystal Cathedral is a Christian megachurch in the city of Garden Grove, in Orange County, California. 10,000 rectangular glass panels. The church has the shape and biblical measurements of Noah's Ark and the walls are made of 10 thousand tempered glass windows.
Temple of Jordan River Utah (Mormon)
The Temple of Jordan River, Utah is one of the temples built and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the number 20 built by the church and one of thirteen temples in the state of Utah. Located in the community of South Jordan, a suburb of Salt Lake County, colonized by Mormon pioneers in 1847, the white marble temple consists of a single pinnacle and gardens that in the spring are decorated with thousands of flowers that, unlike the Inside the temple, they are open to the public.
Houston Texas Temple (Mormon)
The Houston Texas Temple is the 97th operating temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Temple of Madrid Spain (Mormon)
The Temple of Madrid Spain is the operating temple number 56 of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Lotus Temple (Bahá'í Faith)
The Bahá'í house of worship in Delhi, India, popularly known as the Lotus Temple, for its flower form. The building was completed in 1986 and serves as the mother temple in the Indian subcontinent. He has won numerous architectural awards and has been the subject of hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles.
Washington DC Temple (Mormon)
This temple of modern architecture is characterized by having no windows. Its six needles point to the sky giving a sublime and majestic image, was dedicated in 1974 by the Church of Jesus Christ of the Saints of the Last days.
Temple of Salt Lake City USA (Mormon)
This templose rises majestically in the modern city of Salt Lake in the western United States.
Temple of San Diego California (Mormon)
This temple was dedicated by the church of Jesus Christ of the Saints of the Last Days in 1993. The design of the temple has two main towers with pinnacles surrounding the base of each, and an atrium of gardens connecting one tower to the other. Its design is really impressive.
Temple of Houston, Texas (The Light of the World)
This temple, located in Houston Texas, belongs to the church La Luz del Mundo. Its design reminds of Roman architecture and you can see many elements of it distributed in and around the temple which is crowned with a golden dome and the so-called "rod of Aaron" symbol of the church that is widely used in many others of your temples.
Temple of Fortin de las Flores (The Light of the World)
This temple built by the church The Light of the World surprises for its structural beauty. It is located in Fortin de las flores, Veracruz.
Tower of Faith (The Light of the World)
The temple of Silao, Guanajuato, is one of the largest in the Church La Luz del Mundo. It measures 900 square meters, to which 8 thousand square meters more are added around it. It has a structural height of 73 meters, plus what the sculptural symbol of the Rod of Aaron. Its interior capacity for 2 thousand people comfortably seated. However, using the exterior (gardens and other) of this infrastructure, the capacity of the temple is extended to 10 thousand people in multitudinous events.
Headquarters Temple (The Light of the World)
The Temple International Headquarters of the Church of the Living God Column and Support of the Truth "The Light of the World" is located in the Beautiful Province colony to the east of the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco in Mexico. It is considered the largest religious temple in all of Mexico and one of the largest in Latin America, with an approximate capacity of 12 thousand to 15 thousand people comfortably seated and 83 meters high.