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Paris Tabernacle

Built by Mormon Pioneers over 100 years ago, this romanesque-style Mormon tabernacle was constructed of red sandstone that was snow-sledded from a quarry 18 miles distant. This place of worship is recognized as one of the true pioneer landmarks of the West and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. A small museum houses heirlooms and art objects left by the homesteaders.

Located on Hwy 89 in downtown Paris, the museum is open by advance appointment.

Location:Paris Idaho

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