Whether you follow religion or not, you undoubtedly have heard of the Mormon Church. Did you know that sixty percent of the residents of the state we are featuring belong to it? Utah Read morewall murals, however, will show you that it has so much more to offer. Photowall's exquisite collection of Utah wall murals will display the Beehive State in all its glory. This rich in detail, abundant with history and incredibly stylish assortment will show you the gorgeous sights of Utah, while also providing you with knowledge and trivia. Utah gets its name from the Ute Native American tribe, which means "people of the mountain". You will see plenty of these beautiful mountains in Utah wall murals, with which you can decorate your home, office or recreational space with. Furthermore, you are more than free to edit these motifs in order for you to match, or contrast, them with your already existing interior design, colour schemes and other decorative components.

Things to know

Utah is well-known as one of the best places for paleontology in the whole of North America. Due to the presence of a vast variety of different rocks capable of preserving fossils, the state has the most dinosaur species in the country! Utah wall murals like "Erosion Sculpted Pot-Hole" really feel like a glimpse into the time when they still roamed the Earth. The Beehive State is symbolic of hard work and industry, a famous trait of their people who have a rich history. You will see this in numerous forms when viewing Utah wall murals. Even though people lived in Utah for thousands of years, the first Europeans did not arrive until the 1700s when a Spanish explorer named Juan Antonio de Rivera claimed the land for Spain and found the Colorado River. More significantly, a religious group called the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which was formed by Joseph Smith in New York, decided they needed a new place to live after having been prosecuted everywhere they went and their leader killed. They ultimately chose Utah because there were so few people living there. Utah wall murals displays this interesting tidbit of history with Utah wall murals such as aforementioned Salt Lake city collections which show the city of the Mormons.

Utah wall murals of nature

Although commonly known as Monument Valley Park, the Navajo name is actually Tsé Bii' Ndzisgaii which roughly translates to "the valley of rocks". The park itself forms just a little piece of the semi-autonomous Navajo Nation, which is the largest Native American territory in the United States of America. Situated on the border of Utah and Arizona, this iconic spot actually is not technically a national park or a monument. As you will see in Utah wall murals, it really is pretty much smack-dab in the middle of nowhere, and literally hundreds of miles from any notable town which makes it feel like stepping back in time. If you check out Utah wall murals such as "Monument Valley Landscape II", it is as if you have entered another era or century. Utah wall murals has plenty of nature scenes that evoke an emotion of timelessness and give your room a whole new dimension and vibe. Check out "Zebra Slot Canyon, Escalante National Monument" for something that feels more intimate and almost spiritual. Utah wall murals like "Sunset at Delicate Arch Utah" can really change the entire appearance of a room.

Salt Lake City

The horizon of Salt Lake City has plenty of hallmarks, or remarkable buildings if you will. The Salt Lake Temple, for example, is treated as the center of Salt Lake City, as addresses within the city limits are measured by their distance to the north, south, east or west of Temple Square. The temple itself was built over a period of 40 years, from 1853 to 1893. The Salt Lake Temple is the largest temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, more commonly known as Mormons, which you can see in Utah wall murals such as "Salt Lake City Skyline". This motif also features Salt Lake City's Cathedral of the Madeleine. In addition to regular Roman Catholic religious services, the cathedral hosts choir and organ recitals and other cultural events, as well as a very popular Christmas midnight mass. Check it out in the Utah wall mural named "Salt Lake City Skyline, black and white", which is a bit more dramatic but can nonetheless work in any given setting. It is to be noted that this particular set of Utah wall murals comes in various hues and tones, giving you plenty of leeway with regard to decorating your interiors.
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