2/?? places: The Little Chapel, Guernsey, UK
The ‘Little Chapel’ was created in 1914 by Brother Déodat who had wanted to create a miniature version of the Rosary Basilica, the grotto and basilica at Lourdes. At less than five metres long and just under three metres wide, it is arguably the smallest functioning chapel, as well as the smallest consecrated church, in Europe, if not the world. The interior of the chapel has enough room for only about eight people, while the exterior is decorated entirely with seashells, pebbles, and broken china.