On size alone, St David’s in South West Wales, is no more then a large village with a population of some 2,000 people, but its cathedral qualifies it as the smallest city in the United Kingdom and it was so designated by Queen Elizabeth 11 in 1994. The cathedral was founded by St David, the patron saint of Wales in the 6th century but the present fine building dates from the 11th century. A casket behind the altar is said to contain the bones of St David and St Justian.
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Photo taken in Saint David's, Pembrokeshire, UK
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