It is close to temple square. Open to public and free guided tours. You can also have lunch at LionHouse.
It's part of the Temple of Mormon. What's more interesting is why the flowers here are so beautiful.
There's no bright spot. It's near the church. You can go and see it.
This monument commemorates Brigham Young, the second leader of the Mormon Church, and is the starting point of the city's Street numbering system. In fact, for most tourists who don't know about the history of Mormons, there's nothing to see here. At most, they can take a picture to prove their visit.
It's worth visiting. It's very meaningful. I recommend it to you.
The Brigham Young Monument and the Meridian Mark are commemorative landmarks. You can look at them as you pass by. Personal feeling is very general.
Brigham Young is the founder of the Mormon sect. His name is very similar to that of the Chinese people.
Like John Smith, Brigham Young is also a well-known Mormon leader in the area. He has set up a monument to commemorate it.
I don't have much time in Brigham Young University. I'm not impressed.