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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"This Beehive House has no bees!" The man who founded Salt Lake City lived here.
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.