Though often controversial, religious sites are sprinkled around San Diego just like any other major city. Of course, you'll find some of the most prestigious churches in the city including The Rock and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. In a major city like this, there is a lot of options to choose from. There are also religious sites that are open for everyone, and while gaining citywide attention for its religious symbols, these sites aren't just for one purpose. Up on top of Mt. Soledad, a large white cross sits atop of one of the area's highest points. Busy day and night, the site isn't just a memorial for the fallen, but it's also got one of the greatest views in the city. From the view, you will also be able to catch San Diego Mormon Temple - located in La Jolla, one of the most pristine sights in the city. Glaringly white spotted directly from the freeway, the Mormon Temple is one of the largest sites in the city. Other sites throughout the city include some basic temples, churches and the like, but it's mostly about that great white cross at the top of the hill, honestly. Much like the typical churches scattered around the city, several of the museums - including the one downtown - offering religious paintings and folklore throughout the city. There are a few things locals can really appreciate in the city, and this is by far and wide, one of them.
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