Salt Lake City Walking Tour - (4k Ultra HD 60fps)
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We recorded this 4k ultra hd video during our trip to Salt Lake City, Utah on July 2019.
Salt Lake City is located in the northern part of Utah and it's the largest city in the state. It attracts numerous tourists from around the world who wants to discover the history and beauty of the city.
Our guided walking tour starts at The Utah State Capitol and ends at the Salt Lake City Temple Square. We're going to cover the most popular attractions, including The Salt Lake City Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle and others.
Video Timeline Links:
00:33 - The Utah State Capitol
01:22 - Mormon Battalion Monument
03:58 - White Memorial Chapel
05:17 - Salt Lake City Council Hall
09:56 - Pioneer Memorial Museum
13:10 - Alfred McCune Home
16:39 - LDS Church Conference Center
18:17 - Temple Square North Entrance
21:00 - The Christus Statue
24:25 - Salt Lake Tabernacle
28:26 - Assembly Hall
30:13 - The Seagull Monument
35:54 - Salt Lake Temple East Side
38:34 - Brigham Young Monument
39:48 - Joseph Smith Memorial Building
41:45 - Church Administration Building
42:22 - The Lion House
43:12 - Beehive House
46:53 - Church Office Building
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Places to see in ( Salt Lake City - USA )
Places to see in ( Salt Lake City - USA )
Salt Lake City, Utah’s high-elevation capital, is bordered by the buoyant waters of the Great Salt Lake and the snow-capped peaks of the Wasatch Range. Downtown’s 10-acre Temple Square, headquarters of the Mormon Church, is home to the majestic, 19th-century Salt Lake Temple and the neo-Gothic Assembly Hall. The acclaimed Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs in the square’s domed Tabernacle.
Salt Lake City is the capital and largest city of Utah, with a population of approximately 190,000 (the Salt Lake Metro Area in its entirety has over a million people). It is one of the largest cities in the Southwest region of the United States, although its climate is more similar to the Rocky Mountain region. It lies in the Salt Lake Valley along the Wasatch Front urban corridor, located between the Wasatch Range to the east and the Oquirrh Mountains to the west; on the border between the Rocky Mountain and Great Basin geographic regions.
Salt Lake City is well-known as the center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as the Mormon church), although fewer than half of the city's residents are members. The city is also known as a base for outdoor recreation, including the many nearby ski resorts just east of the city which were thrust into the world spotlight by the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Significant neighborhoods in SLC include Downtown, the financial core that's home to Temple Square (the main headquarters of the Mormon church); Central City, the main residential area of the city, approximately 400 South to 900 South; Sugar House, a commercial/residential district with many local and national shops; Federal Heights, an affluent district to the northeast; The Avenues a historical neighborhood with many late 1800 and early 1900 buildings; University, the area surrounding the sprawling University of Utah campus and the adjacent VA Medical Center, Research Park, and Fort Douglas; East Bench or Foothill, a residential area bisected by the major arterial road Foothill Boulevard between 900 South and I-80; Capitol Hill, an affluent district just north of Downtown topped by the Utah State Capitol building; Rose Park a residential in the northwest section of the city; and Glendale a residential, primarily Hispanic district to the southwest, home to the International Peace Gardens. The benches are the mostly residential, upper-class communities constructed mostly along the slopes of the Wasatch Mountains on the east side of the valley, although they have recently been growing in the southern valley (the low Traverse Mountains) and the western valley (the Oquirrh Mountains). The east side is traditionally more affluent and conservative than the west side, leading to the expected cultural rivalries that you find in other cities with clear divides, although this divide is arguably less pronounced in Salt Lake City than in most major cities.
A lot to see in Salt Lake City such as :
Utah State Capitol Building
Red Butte Garden
Salt Lake Temple
Natural History Museum of Utah
Salt Lake Tabernacle
Salt Lake City Public Library
This Is The Place Heritage Park
Sugar House Park
Antelope Island State Park
The Leonardo Museum
Discovery Gateway Children's Museum
The Beehive House
Family History Library
Great Salt Lake Marina
The Great Saltair
Gilgal Sculpture Garden
Church History Museum
International Peace Gardens
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Wheeler Historic Farm
Memory Grove Park
Cathedral of the Madeleine
City Creek Canyon Road
Nightmare on 13th
Ensign Peak Trail
Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Church Fork Picnic Area
The Living Room Trailhead
Mueller Park Trail
Little Dell Reservoir
Salt Lake City and County Building
( Salt Lake City - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Salt Lake City . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Salt Lake City - USA
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Temple Square Part 1
Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah
Temple Square is a ten-acre complex located in the center of Salt Lake City, Utah, owned by and headquarters for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS Church). In recent years, the name has gradually changed to include several other church facilities immediately adjacent to Temple Square. Contained within Temple Square proper are the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake Assembly Hall, the Seagull Monument and two visitors' centers.
This visit to Salt Lake City is actually in four parts:
Part 1 - Temple Square Part 1:
Part 2 - Mormon Tabernacle Visit:
Part 3 - Temple Square A Walk Inside:
Part 4 - Fort Douglas Museum:
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Comfort Inn Downtown Salt Lake City 2 Stars Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah Within US Travel Directory Stay in the heart of Salt Lake City One of our top picks in Salt Lake City. Conveniently located in downtown Salt Lake City, the Comfort Inn Downtown hotel is close to many popular Utah attractions. Local points of interest like Assembly Hall on Temple Square, the University of Utah, Salt Palace Convention Center, Tracy Aviary and Clark Planetarium are minutes away from this Salt Lake City, UT hotel.
As the capital of Utah, Salt Lake City is a thriving area that offers numerous historic landmarks, exciting entertainment venues and Olympic-style recreation areas.Hotel features include free breakfast, free wireless high-speed Internet access, free weekday newspaper, free local calls.It is a pet-friendly hotel; fees apply.Guests of this hotel can enjoy additional conveniences like the indoor hot tub, exercise room, business center, public computer with Internet access, and access to copy and fax service.
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Comfort Inn Downtown Salt Lake City - Salt Lake City Hotels, Utah
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Serving as the beginning of the Capitol Hill district, the historic building sits slightly higher than the rest of downtown Denver. The main entrance hall is open 180 feet (55 m) to the top of the dome, about the height of an 18-story building. Additionally, the official elevation of Denver is measured outside the west entrance to the building, where the fifteenth step is engraved with the words One Mile Above Sea Level. From this step, at 5,280 feet (1,609 m), the sun can be seen setting behind the Rocky Mountains. A second mile high marker was set in the 18th step in 1969 when Colorado State University students resurveyed the elevation. In 2003, a more accurate measurement was made with modern means, and the 13th step was identified as being one mile (1.6 km) high, where a 3rd marker was installed.
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Presidential motorcade whizzes by
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LAYTON — The heavily-orchestrated motorcade that carried U.S. President Barack Obama from Hill Air Force Base to Salt Lake City and back during his brief visit to Utah allowed some to catch a fleeting glimpse of the country’s leader. Friday morning, Layton resident Sina Sharifan seized the opportunity to snap a few cell-phone photos and video of the procession passing by, and a short time later of Air Force One overhead, carrying the President back to Washington D.C. Sharifan said he was heading north on Interstate 15 when he heard on the news that the highway would be closed behind him. At that point he pulled over on the frontage road just off of Highway 193 and joined others who also hoped to see the procession. “That’s the closest I’ve ever been to a president,” Sharifan said. “It doesn’t matter what your political stance or view is, when a president is in your state, it’s a pretty neat experience,” Utah Highway Patrol Captain Jess Anderson, who lives in Eagle Mountain, oversaw the motorcade detail. “When the president comes to town, we’re contacted early on by our Secret Service office here in Salt Lake City and we begin developing a plan of safety and security,” Anderson said. “We don’t want to disrupt traffic, but unfortunately you’re going to run into that.” President Obama’s arrival Thursday night was delayed a few hours due to negotiations with Iran, and Anderson said that actually worked in his favor, allowing the motorcade to avoid rush hour traffic The procession left the Sheraton hotel in downtown Salt Lake City around 9:30 a.m. Friday, taking Interstate 80 to Interstate 215 to Legacy Highway, then Interstate 15 to Hill’s west gate. “Certain areas were blocked or diverted,” Anderson said, adding that traffic seemed to be lighter than usual, perhaps due to spring break or Easter weekend. “We didn’t have any crashes — people were very courteous.” The motorcade consisted of about 20 vehicles, most of them larger “people-movers” that included black Chevy Suburbans, vans and a few sedans. Over 80 UHP troopers were involved along the route, Anderson said. “We appreciate the president and recognize the importance of him coming to our state,” Anderson said “We certainly are fortunate at the end of the day when we can say everything went well.” Anderson said he had the opportunity to briefly meet President Obama. “He recognized our hard work in pulling this off and expressed his appreciation for that,” Anderson said. “Shaking his hand, you understand that he’s got a big mantle on his shoulders. It truly is an honor to meet the president of the United States and to protect him while he’s here.” Anderson, now 38, said he also met former Presidents George W. Bush during his time in office and Bill Clinton after he’d left office. Contact reporter Cathy McKitrick at 801-625-4214 or email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter at @catmck.
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To learn more about the conference or to register, visit un.org/csc2019.
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Look Back: United Nations DPI NGO Conference Coming to SLC
Salt Lake City has been selected to host the 68th United Nations Department of Public Information NGO (UN DPI/NGO) Conference in August of 2019. The annual conference attracts 2,000-4,000 representatives from over 300 non-governmental organizations representing more than 80 countries. Each Conference focuses on a different UN topic of interest related to the work of civil society and NGOs.
The Conference is traditionally held at UN Headquarters, but has recently been hosted by global cities, including Melbourne, Australia; Paris; Mexico City; and Bonn, Germany. The 2019 Conference in Salt Lake City will be the first time the event is held in the United States outside of New York. This will be the largest international event Salt Lake City has hosted since the 2002 Olympics.
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