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Location address: United States, Philadelphia
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Church of the Holy Trinity is an Episcopal church on Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The first service in the church building, designed by Scottish architect John Notman, was held on March 27, 1859. The corner tower was added in 1867 and was designed by George W. Hewitt of the firm of Fraser, Furness & Hewitt. It is designed in the simpler “low church” style, rather than the fancier “high church” or Anglo-Catholic style of Notman’s nearby St. Marks Episcopal Church.