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Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City is a city in the United States, capital of the state of Utah. It was founded in the nineteenth century by Mormon pioneers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake City is part of the urban area at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains and called Wasatch Front. It covers an area of 286 km² in the northwest corner of the Salt Lake Valley, dominated by the Wasatch Mountains to the east and Oquirrh to the west. Its altitude varies between 1,284 and 2,870 meters.
Salt Lake City has a special climate, temperate continental to warm and dry season.
It is home to 189,314 inhab. (2012) in the city. Its metropolitan area is home to 1,145,905 inhabitants. (2012).
Salt Lake City was founded under the name of “Great Salt Lake”, 24 July 1847.En 1856 it became the capital of the Utah Territory, which became the 45th state to join the Union (USA) In 1896.
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Photo 5: Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, the Place Heritage Park, Salt Lake City
Photo 6: The University of Utah Medical Center
Photo 7: 2002 Winter Olympics flame
Photo 8: Assembly Hall, Temple Square
Photo 9: Conference Center organ near Temple Square in Salt Lake City
Photo 10: Utah state capitol
Photo 11: TRAX Red Line to Daybreak at Fort Douglas Station
(Fort Douglas is a light rail station on the campus of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City)