THE DESIGN OF THE LOCAL BAHA'I HOUSE OF WORSHIP IN BATTAMBANG, CAMBODIA
'(D)awn prayers began the event for the unveiling of the design of the first local Baha’i House of Worship for the people of this region of Cambodia, which has in recent years witnessed the emergence of a vibrant community life centered on worship of God and service to humanity. The events of the day involved dignitaries as well as inhabitants of the surrounding communities, numbering over 300 people. Some had walked, while others made their way using various forms of transport to arrive on time for the early morning program'. link
Meanwhile, the completion and dedication of the last continental Baha'i House of Worship in Santiago, Chile, has been scheduled for the Fall of 2016.
"Offering an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity to visitors, each temple has its own distinctive design. Nevertheless, each has nine entrances and a central dome representing the convergence of peoples from all directions gathering at one common site. The Houses of Worship are silent places in which prayer, meditation and contemplation can occur without rituals, clergy or sermons. For this reason, they welcome people of all creeds, who will find their own holy books at their disposal. The Bahá'í community is solely responsible for the construction and maintenance of the temples". link