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The leaning tower and walls of this large late medieval church in Bristol survived bombing during the Second World War.

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Temple Church is so called because the original church here was built by the Knights Templar, the medieval military order founded to protect pilgrims to the Holy Land. Their round church was later replaced with a more spacious rectangular one, and the shape of the first church is marked out in the ground. The graveyard is now a public garden.

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