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Written by Fernando Camilo   
Saturday, 26 May 2012

The Church has recently created new local versions of LDS.org called country websites. These new websites contain much of the regular content currently available on the global LDS.org version, but with additional local information, including messages from the Area Presidency and local news.

The Brazil country website was introduced this week, adding to the current list, which includes Canada (English and French), Caribbean Area, Mexico, Africa Southeast Area, South America Northwest Area, Armenia, Austria, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.


 

Comments  

 
# Matias Herrera 2012-05-29 16:45
And South América South Area???
 
 
# Bill Bush 2012-05-30 08:06
South America South has not moved to the new format yet. This is likely due to the upcoming consolidation of this area with the Chile area.
 
 
# Neal Clifford Krautz 2012-07-24 02:51
The global site (rightly) contains information for the entire worldwide Church.

Is there going to be a local USA website? It can be interpreted as cultural arrogance if the USA is considered so special it has the unique privilege of squatting on the global site.
 

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