The Baha’i House of Worship in Santiago, Chile, sits in the foothills of the Andes.
Marble interior surface of the nine panels of the continental Baha’i House of Worship of South America
Since its opening, the House of Worship has had half a million visitors.
The Temple welcomes all people. Many schools also organize visits for their students.
Music imbues many of the youth activities that take place on the Temple grounds. Here volunteers who assist with work at the House of Worship sing and play music together.
Over 500,000 people have visited the Temple since its inauguration. Its doors are open to all.
Children participate in a moral and spiritual education class held in one of the buildings on the Temple grounds.
A class for the spiritual education of children, held in one of the buildings on the Temple grounds
A view of the interior of the Temple from the outside
Visitors gather outside the central edifice.
The Temple receives thousands of visitors a day. They come from all walks of life. It is an important and rare space where people from all strata of society gather together.
Programs for youth held on the Temple grounds aim to strengthen their sense of purpose to develop individually and contribute to the development of their communities.
The land around the Temple reinforces an appreciation for beauty and harmony with the natural world.