This Is The Place Monument
The "This Is the Place Monument" in Salt Lake City, Utah commemorates the arrival of Mormon pioneers in the Salt Lake Valley. Dedicated in 1947, the monument features a granite pillar topped with a bronze statue of Brigham Young and other pioneer figures. Positioned at the mouth of Emigration Canyon, where Young reportedly declared the site as the chosen place, the monument symbolizes the faith and sacrifice of the pioneers who settled in the region. The accompanying visitor center provides historical insights, and visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the Salt Lake Valley, making it a significant landmark reflecting the early history and development of the area.