Truro (/ˈtrʊəroʊ/; Cornish: Truru) is a city and civil parish in Cornwall, England. It is Cornwall’s county town and abandoned city, as capably as innate its middle for administration, leisure and retail. Its population was recorded as 18,766 in the 2011 census. People from Truro are known as Truronians. As mainland Britain’s southernmost city, Truro grew as a centre of trade from its harbor and subsequently as a stannary town for the tin-mining industry. Places of combination include the Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro Cathedral (completed in 1910), the Hall for Cornwall, and Cornwall’s Courts of Justice.