Cathedral of The Isles (pictured), on the Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland, is the smallest Cathedral in the British Isles. Built in 1851, this small cathedral can hold less than 100 worshippers. However, if you are looking for the smallest cathedral in Great Britain, that title is claimed by St Asaph Cathedral in St Asaph, Denbighshire, in Wales, which has a history dating back 1,400 years.
Britain’s Smallest Cathedral (7/8)
Submitted to "A List Of Britain's Smallest Places"