Trinity Church, Worms

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The Trinity Church, Worms

The Holy Trinity Church, also called the Reformation Memorial Church of the Holy Trinity) (German: Reformations-Gedächtniskirche zur Heiligen Dreifaltigkeit) is the largest Protestant church in Worms, Germany. It was built between 1701 and 1717.[1] The baroque hall building is centrally located on the market square and is very close to the cathedral.

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  1. Frommer's Germany 2011, eds. Darwin Porter, Danforth Prince (Hoboken, NJ: Wily Publishing, 2011), p. 502