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With a population of just 3,355 people, St Asaph is the second-smallest city in Britain. Its status has a historical basis, as was referred to as a city even by Encyclopedia Britannica in 1911. That's because, at the time, the mere presence of cathedral was enough. This practice ended by the end of the 20th century, and it would take two failed attempts before it again became a city in 2012.
St Asaph has developed around a Celtic monastery from the 6th century. It was founded by Saint Kentigern, who was an apostle of the British Kingdom of Strathclyde and the founder of the city of Glasgow. Currently, the original monastery is home to a small cathedral. The St Asaph Cathedral was built in the 13th century. Its current form is from the 19th century, when it was restored after the rebellion of Owain Glyndwr resulted in substantial damage.
Each year, St Asaph becomes alive with festivities as thousands of visitors come to the North Wales International Music Festival and to the Woodfest Wales. The first festival is focused on classical music and was founded by William Mathias, a Welsh composer, in 1972. Woodfest Wales is a wood carving competition and exhibition that showcases the traditional art in its purest form. The festival gains on popularity with each passing year and 7 different event arenas host craftsmen and women demonstrating their beautiful sculptures and objects.