The Church of the Holy Trinity, Vicksburg

4.4
#6 of 8 in Historic Sites in Vicksburg
The Church of the Holy Trinity is a historic church building at South and Monroe Streets in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
It was designed by E.C. Jones, built in 1870 and added to the National Register in 1978.
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  • The architecture of the Church of the Holy Trinity is stunning in the Romanesque Revival-style and features twenty-six magnificent stained-glass windows. Six of the stained-glass windows are by Louis....  more »
  • This is a must visit. The church has beautiful stained glass windows, some of them Tiffany glass. The structure of exposed beams is amazing.  more »
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  • Beautiful and well loved
  • We visited several years ago, just passing through, the staff were kind enough and gave us the tour knowing we were leaving that afternoon. The stain glass is spectacular and I so want to visit the church again. It truly is a national treasure.

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