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Cathedral of the Madeleine is at 331 E. South Temple St. The cathedral was built by the first bishop of Salt Lake City, Bishop Lawrence Scanlon. Begun in 1900, the cathedral is 190 feet long, 100 feet wide and has two towers 220 feet high. The Gothic interior has Venetian mosaics and Tennessee marble, three main altars of Utah marble and wall niches with oak statues. Above each altar is a painting of St. Mary Magdalene.

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