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St Asaph

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St Asaph (Welsh: Llanelwy) is one of Britain's smallest cities, having a population of only 3,355. It is located in the lower parts of the Vale of Clwyd, in north Wales. The city's cathedral is one of four in Wales.

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On the A55 North Wales Expressway between Holywell and Abergele.

Closest rail station is Rhyl from where the 54 bus will take you to St Asaph.

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Map of St Asaph

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  • 1 St Asaph Cathedral. Building dating from 13th century, claimed to be the smallest Anglican cathedral in Great Britain. St Asaph Cathedral (Q1991350) on Wikidata St Asaph Cathedral on Wikipedia

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Routes through St Asaph
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