- → For the summer solstice, also called the Zenith, see Calendar of Exandria.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
The exterior of the Zenith temple was built from stone and featured stained glass windows. The temple had a wooden, double door with carvings depicting a flaming wreath similar to outer ring of classical depiction of the sun, going across the sky waving flames you could see waving flame licking the sides of the doors. The interior of the temple had large, 10-foot, stained glass windows about ten feet apart, with three windows on each side. There were pews set up for the worshipers, red carpet, and a raised stone altar behind which was another stained glass window.