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The Church of the Holy Trinity - view 3 - on Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia PA
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The church of the Holy Trinity is an Episcopal church on Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rich of history, artistic and architectural features the church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

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Tags: rittenhouse square; philadelphia; history; architecture; episcopal reli; gion; church; john notman; national; register; historic places; england; stained glass; frescos
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