The temple sits on an entirely new site. All the roads leading to the temple have been constructed for access to the Temple. The landscaping around the traffic circle and the temple grounds is very well done. The temple is somewhat plain looking from a distance.
The temple is another matter. It is reserved only for Morons in good standing. It is referred to as the "House of the Lord" and the Mormon Church's Ordinances are held in the temple. Unlike the large basilicas and cathedrals of the Catholic Church and of other religions, there is no large and elaborately decorated worship area in a Mormon temple. The temple is a series of "Rooms" used for carrying out the church's Ordinances. Church members wear all white clothing inside the temple to symbolize purity, cleanliness, and setting aside of things of the world. There are changing rooms for men and women to get out of their street clothes and into the white clothing of the temple.
Symbolism is everywhere in the temple. The lower floors are darker than the upper floors (closer to God). The rooms are laid out in a sequence that fits the progression of a person through life. The construction is simple but of very high quality. The wood trim is an African hardwood, the marble is Italian, etc. but it is not ostentatious. The photo below shows one of the training rooms where members are indoctrinated with the church's beliefs.