1st Newsreel on the Baha'i House of Worship in Chile

1st Newsreel on the Baha'i House of Worship in Chile
by alborz

"The Temple of Light" is how the architect, Mr. Siamak Hariri, describes the vision of the Temple's luminous effect of inner light and translucent alabaster in the nighttime landscape.   The last of the continental Baha'i Houses of Worship, the Baha'i Temple in Santiago, Chile, makes progress towards it completion after many years of planning. 

"Falling backward" - into progress is how Mr. Hariri has described the process experienced by his team. "We were traversing uncharted waters. We sometimes did not know how problems would be solved, but we are just so confident that they will be," he said during a presentation to the Baha'is of the United States.

This VIDEO is the first of many such updates on the progress of this significant undertaking by the World Baha'i Community.

(note - to see complete image use VIDEO link above)


Noticiario 1 - Avances en la Construcción de la Casa de Adoración Bahá'í para Sudamérica from Templo Bahá'í de Sudamérica on Vimeo.


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Dear Alborz,thanks for sharing!

by Ruhi on

Bahaí temples are open to non believers and believers of all religions with all Holy books and writings of all religions It is a place where unity of all religions can be seen and visualized.

If I am correct, the Bahaí house of worship of India was the last one inagurated in 1986







by alborz on

Thank you for fixing the video issue.