beehive house

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A dry-walled rough stone shelter, circular in plan, with a corbeled domical roof, resembling ancient structures and still used in southern Italy.
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Nearby, Brigham Young's first Salt Lake home, Beehive House (67 E.
Guests to Temple Square can tour the surrounding buildings and gardens, as well as learn a bit about Utah history at the Beehive House.
South Temple, once commonly called Brigham Street after Brigham Young, whose Beehive House sits at its western end.