Source: BBC News
Wembley's newest looming landmark has opened it doors after 14 years of construction.
It is the £16m Shree Sanatan Hindu Mandir, which loosely translates as the all-inclusive temple.
There is none of the metal core most buildings have and, instead, it has been built using ancient techniques based on Hindu scriptures.
The method dates back thousands of years and was used to construct the world famous Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Many of the temple's component pieces have been hand carved in limestone in the tiny town of Sola - located in the Indian state of Gujarat - before being flown over and pieced together in the UK.