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The city of London at just one square mile is Englands smallest city followed by Wells. In terms of the whole of Great Britain, the city of London comes second to St Davids in Wales for dminutive size. It's city status is granted by the existence of its cathedral which lies in what would otherwise be considered a small village.

incorrect the smallest city in the UK is thelwall which is a city within the town of warrington cheshire

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