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This is the first model that I chose to use fully modeled trees on. I did not model the trees myself, as there are thousands available online for free, and my big goal is the temples anyway.

 

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Announced

Date   16 February 1998 [1][2]
By   Gordon B. Hinckley [2]
Position   Prophet President [2]
Via    Member Meeting, Accra Independence Square [2]

Groundbreaking

Date   16 November 2001 [1][2][3]
By   Russell M. Nelson [1][3]
Position   Apostle [1][3]
Attending      

Open House

Dates   3 December – 20 December 2003 [1][2]
Days   16 [counted]
Visitors   24,633 [2]
Per Diem   1,539 [calculated]

Open House

Dates     [5]
Participants   ~2,000  
Stakes      
Location   Accra Sports Stadium [5]
Title   A Day of Celebration [5]

Dedication

Date   11 January 2004 [1]
By   Gordon B. Hinckley [2]
Position   Prophet/President [2]
Sessions   3 [1][2]
Attending   5,311 [1][2]
Per Session   1,700 [calculated]
Dedication Order   117 [chronology]
Dedicatory Prayer   [6]  

Commencement

Date   Monday, January 12, 2004  

Presidents

George B. Afful 2012 – Current [8]
Julian P. Breillatt Jr . 2009 – 2012 [7]
John C. Riding 2006 – 2009 [9]
Grant Gunnell 2003 – 2006 [10]

Specifications

Location

Physical Address

57 Independence Avenue
North Ridge
PMB CT 209, Cantonments
Accra
Ghana

[11]

Mailing Address

57 Independence Avenue
North Ridge
PMB CT 209, Cantonments
Accra
Ghana

[11]

Phone

Phone   (233) 302-650-113 [11]
Fax   (233) 302-764-121 [11]
City   Accra  
County    
State    
Country   Ghana  
GenCode   ACCRA  

Dimensions

Height

Official    
Meters     [calculated]
 Feet     27.43
Estimated    
[Modelling Tools]
Meters   90  
Feet      

Height Sans Moroni

Official    
Meters     [calculated]
Feet      
[Modelling Tools]
Meters      
Feet      

Height Sans Spire

Official    
Meters     [calculated]
Feet      
[Modelling Tools]
Meters      
Feet      

Width

Official    
Meters   44.81 [calculated]
 Feet   147 [2]
Estimated    
[Sat Image measuring tools]
 Meters   34.44  
Feet   113  

Length

Official    
 Meters   57.91 [calculated]
 Feet   190 [2]
Estimated    
[Sat Image measuring tools]
 Meters   57.91  
 Feet   190  

Official Area

Meters   1625.8  
Feet   17,500 [2]
Above   1  
Basement      

Church Owned Property

Official    
Meters2   ‪24,281.14‬ [calculated]
Acres   6 [2]
Estimate    
[Sat Image measuring tools]
Meters2   ‪37,514.36‬  
Acres   9.27  

Temple Plat


Estimate    
[Sat Image measuring tools]
Meters2      
Acres      

Coordinates

[Sat Image measuring tools]
Latitude   5.567575  
Longitude   -0.193584  

Elevation

[Sat Image measuring tools]
Meters   44.39  
Feet   145.6  

Temple Rotation

[Observation]
Long Axis Alignment   27.5° CW from East West  
AKA   East South East  
Entryway Alignment   27.5° CW from North  
AKA   North North East  

Temple Design

Exterior

Cladding

Type   Namibian Pearl Granite [2]
Source   Namibia, Africa [2]
Image Source    

Roofing

Windows

Type   Stained Art Glass  
Trim Color   Brushed Brass  
From Outside

From Outside

From the Interior

From the Interior

Inscriptions

First

[Observation]

 

 HOLINESS TO THE LORD
THE HOUSE OF THE LORD

 

Location   East most end of the temple, above the celestial room windows, facing East South East.
Type   Engraved Painted Black  
Language   English  

Second

[Observation]

 

HOLINESS TO THE LORD ◊ THE HOUSE OF THE LORD

Location   Above the north most edge of the covered entryway, faces North North East.
Type   Engraved Painted Black  
Language   English  

Third

[Observation]

 

Location    
Type      
Language      

Symbolism

Cornerstone

[Observation]

ERECTED
2004

Location   North East corner, north side
Type   Engraved Unadorned  
Language   English  
 

Spires and Moroni

Spires

[Observation]
Number   1  
Location   The single spire of the Accra Temple is set towards the south east, offset from the temple center, and inline with the doors on the north end.

Moroni

[Original Research, Observation]
Sculptor   Karl Quilter  
Version   1985 Taller closed left fist and loose sleeves
Placed   ~1999  
Faces   North East by North  
Height    
Meters   3.25  
Feet   10' 8"  



Interior

Interior

 

Rooms

Endowment
Rooms   2 [2]
Type   Progressive 2  
Sealing
Rooms   2 [2]

Services Rooms

Cafeteria   None [11]
Clothing Rental   None [11]

Contractors

Designers

Architect   ARUP [2]
Also Did      
Interior Designer      
Also Did      

Project Manager

Manager   Russ Tanner [2]
Also Did   Aba Nigeria, Oquirrh Mountain [4]

General Contractor

Contractor   Taysec Construction Limited [2][3]
Also Did      

Additional Contractors

Contractor  Holdman Studios South  [12]
 Did   Art Glass  
Also Did      
     

 

Sources and Links

Sources/Citation

1 “Ghana Temple to Open Doors.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 4 October 2003. Accessed 24 November 2014
2 “Pertinent Facts: Accra Ghana Temple.”  ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 17 January 2004. Accessed 24 November 2014
3 “Ground Broken for First Temple in West Africa.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 24 November 2001. Accessed 24 November
4  “Aba Temple Facts.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 13 August 2005. Accessed 24 November
5 Avant, Gerry. “Bright Day for Youth in Ghana.”  ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 17 January 2004. Accessed 24 November
6 Hinckley, Gordon B. “Accra Ghana: Brotherhood Exists.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 17 January 2004. Accessed 24 November
7 “New Temple Presidents.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 18 July 2009. Accessed 24 November
8 New Temple Presidents.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 22 April 2012. Accessed 24 November
9 “New Temple Presidents.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 15 July 2006. Accessed 24 November
10 “New Temple Presidents.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 27 September 2003. Accessed 24 November
11 Accra GhanaTemple Details.” ldschurchnewsarchive.com, 22 April 2012. Accessed 24 November
12 Correa, Claudio. “ACCRA LDS TEMPLE, GHANA, AFRICA.”  holdmanstudiosmexico.com, 6 August 2012. Accessed 24 November 2014.

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