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Burning Man's Temple in Ireland

The renowned Burning Man artist David Best has opened the Temple in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, which members of the public will be able to use as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st.

Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants visit the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)
Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants visit the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)
Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants visit the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)
Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants visit the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Made from a timber frame, the structure is clad with intricate panels, some of which have been designed and cut by young people from the city. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)
Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants visit the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Made from a timber frame, the structure is clad with intricate panels, some of which have been designed and cut by young people from the city. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)
Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants visit the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Made from a timber frame, the structure is clad with intricate panels, some of which have been designed and cut by young people from the city. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)
Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants visit the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Made from a timber frame, the structure is clad with intricate panels, some of which have been designed and cut by young people from the city. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)
Burning Man's Temple in Ireland
Visitors and participants leave messages on the surface of the Temple by renowned Burning Man artist David Best on March 16, 2015 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Members of the public will be able to use the Temple as a space for contemplation and remembrance, and to leave mementos, messages and photographs in its interior. Following this period, Temple and its contents will be ceremonially torched in a ceremony at dusk on Saturday March 21st. (Getty Images)