The Baha'i House of Worship in Notre del Cauca, Colombia, will be dedicated in a ceremony Sunday.
This view shows the Colombia Temple from an ancillary building.
The House of Worship is surrounded by flowers native to the region.
A number of ancillary structures surround the Temple. They are painted with bright colors, a feature of the region's architecture.
The Temple's architectural team designed the edifice to look like a cocoa pod. The golden crown on top symbolizes the cocoa flower.
These terracotta roof tiles were inspired by the region's architecture.
Gardens are growing around the Colombia Temple.
The open nature of the structure allows air to flow through and cool the interior of the central edifice. A worker cleans the floor in preparation for Sunday's inauguration ceremony.