All Saints ChurchTourist Attractions in City Centre, Bristol
All Saints Church is an original Glebe house of the 17th century. The main tower was rebuilt in 1717. The main focal area is the effigy of Edward Colston. He was a key benefactor to the city of Bristol by being closely involved in the Slave Trade and trading in Spain and numerous other Mediterranean countries.
Nearest public transportBristol Temple Meads - National Railway
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Bridge Street, City Centre, Bristol BS1 2AH
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