Nunney Castle in Somerset, England is Britain's smallest Castle, the tower was built by a knight called John de la Mare in 1373 under royal licence. With its turrets and moat, it is a picturesque example of a miniature British Castle WOW WEE
Govan's Chapel, Pembrokeshire, Wales - the building measures 20 by 12 feet. Finished in the century although parts of it may date back further to the century when Saint Govan, a monk moved into a cave located on the site of the chapel.
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