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St Asaph Cathedral

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St Asaph Cathedral
Denbighshire - St Asaph, Clwyd, Wales
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St Asaph is the smallest city in Wales - a city because it is home to the wonderful medieval cathedral, seen here in the late evening light. In reality St Asaph is an attractive market town, with interesting older buildings on either side of the High Street. Its a relaxing place; as I waited for the evening light to deepen, only the occasional dog-walker strolled past.

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