Sunday, September 19, 2010
I Love to See The Hague Netherlands Temple
The Hague Netherlands Temple was built on the site of a former Wardhouse in the city of Zoetermeer (Or "Sweet Lake"). The Temple sits in a city park, and the Church own little more land than the Temple footprint. The city built an adjacent surface parking lot, and the Church also has a 40-stall parking garage under the Temple, with a lot of room for bicycles as well.
There are two ordinance and two sealing rooms in the Temple's 10,500 Square feet. It has an exterior of polished granite. It was announced on August 16, 1999 and dedicated on September 8, 2002 by Gordon B Hinckley (the day after he rededicated the Feiberg Germany Temple). It is the 114th operating Temple.