The city of Truro is the administrative centre of Cornwall, South West England in Great Britain, UK. Although it only has a population of around 21,000 it is the most Southerly city in the UK, courtesy of its cathedral, which is one of Truro’s major tourist attractions, along with the Royal Cornwall Museum. Its is also home to New County Hall of Cornwall County Council, as well as the Courts of Justice for Cornwall. It is part of the Carrick District.
Truro is thought by many to mean "Three Rivers", as it is located at the meeting point of the rivers Kenwyn, Allen and the much smaller Glasteinan.
Truro is twinned with Boppard in the Rhein-Hunsrück district of Germany and Morlaix in Brittany, France.
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