Did you know?

Did you know?

Did you know that City View Memoriam was built in 1929, first named Salt Lake Mausoleum? It was constructed by Cecil Bryan, he built over 100 mausoleums during his lifetime and the architect of this astounding building was the nationally known Clarence Jay. Nestled in the hills of the historic upper Avenues in Salt Lake City, UT, this building claims some of the grandest view of the Salt Lake Valley and Salt Lake City Cemetery!
Inside on the floors and walls you will find imported marble including Italian Carrera, Spanish Black (referred to as black gold), French Brown and Mexican Coral. Accenting these incredible marbles are solid mahogany doors and solid brass fixtures. Tradition hold the 53 stained glass motifs were constructed in the studio of the famous Louis Comfort Tiffany and chronicle the beauty and heritage of Utah. The motifs include curving streams, Wasatch mountain peaks, plowing fields, covered wagons, a vintage steam engine and more.
Come in today and take a tour with one of our friendly staff members and see for yourself the history of City View Memoriam!

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