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Trinity Place is a north-south thoroughfare in New York City's Lower Manhattan. It passes the rear side of Trinity Church, a historic gothic-style cathedral on Broadway (which runs parallel to the east of Trinity Place) and Wall Street. Trinity Place begins its northbound-traffic run at the Edgar Street exit ramp of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, and officially terminates at Liberty Street, though its route continues - uninterrupted - as Church Street, ending at Canal Street by forming a "T". The Trinity/Liberty/Church intersection forms the southeast corner of the World Trade Center site. Midway through its course, Trinity Place passes under the Trinity Place Bridge.

Trinity Place Bridge

Completed in 1989, the Trinity Place Bridge is a private elevated walkway connecting the rear side of Trinity Church to its parish house across Trinity Place. Although the bridge is not an official New York City landmark, Trinity Church is.

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