Wales has the honour of being home to not only to Britain's smallest city, St David's, but to its second smallest too, St Asaph. Perched on the coast between Rhyl and Denbigh, St Asaph is visited mainly for its cathedral, the smallest in Britain.
Founded in 570 CE, the cathedral had a turbulent history, twice being destroyed by fires. From 1601-1604, William Morgan was the bishop. In 1588 he had been the first to translate the bible into Welsh. 1000 were printed, 19 are known to still exist of which one is still in the cathedral.
The city itself is a pleasant place with some lovely moorland, mountain and rural countryside nearby for walks. It makes a much more peaceful base to explore the delightful Vale of Clwyd than noisy Rhyl with its amusement arcades.
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