Salt Lake Mormon Temple Neck Tie 100% Silk NeckTie.The location of the temple was first marked by Brigham Young, the prophet and second president of the church, on July 28, 1847, just four days after arriving in the Salt Lake Valley. The temple site was dedicated on February 14, 1853.Groundbreaking ceremonies were presided over by Brigham Young, who laid the cornerstone on April 6 of that year. Its height is 210 ft, and the site is 10 acres. The Temple is intended to evoke the Temple of Solomon at Jerusalem. It is oriented towards Jerusalem and the large basin used as a baptismal font is mounted on the backs of twelve oxen as was the brazen sea in Solomon's Temple.The necktie is part of the "Our Heritage Collection: American Architectural Wonders" by Addiction Premium Gifts.This is a standard length tie which is 56 inches long and 4 inches wide at the bottom.