Temple Church, Bristol
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Temple Church, Bristol
Construction started     12th century
Design and construction
Client     Robert of Gloucester
Temple Church is a ruined church building in Redcliffe, Bristol, England, which was founded in the mid 12th century by Robert of Gloucester and the Knights Templar.
Temple Church served as the site for the famous exorcism of George Lukins conducted by Methodist and Anglican clergymen. The house of worship was bombed in World War II and largely destroyed. It is a listed building now owned by English Heritage.