The Greatest Name symbol sits at the apex of the dome of the House of Worship, marking the near-completion of the Temple’s construction. The symbol is made of hardwood teak, used for its environmental sustainability and durability.
Carpenters from the firm that carved the Greatest Name symbol prepare it to be raised to the apex of the dome of the local House of Worship in Agua Azul, Colombia.
A worker prepares the Greatest Name symbol for its installation into the Temple. The piece is 1.9-meters in diameter.
Some members of the team present for the raising of the Greatest Name look on as final preparations are made.
Representatives of the Baha’i community of Colombia say prayers before raising the Greatest Name to the apex of the Temple.
Workers raise the Greatest Name symbol before installing it at the apex of the Temple’s dome.
Workers raise the Greatest Name symbol about 15 meters to the apex of the Temple’s dome.