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St Winwaloe Church, Tremaine
England

Tremaine church, which dates back to the 12th century, is thought to be the smallest parish church in Cornwall, measuring just 12' (3.65m) wide by 44' (13.4m) long. The church was partly rebuilt in the 14th century and roofed with a wagon vault in the 16th.

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