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Carn Pen-rhiw-ddu


Antiquity (non-Roman)

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Nearest Railway Stations

Ffairfach (Approx. 6 miles away)
Llandeilo (Approx. 6 miles away)
Llangadog (Approx. 6 miles away)
Llandybie (Approx. 7 miles away)
Ammanford (Approx. 7 miles away)

Other towns and villages in the area surrounding Carn Pen-rhiw-ddu

Capel Gwynfe, Carmarthenshire
Rhosaman, Carmarthenshire
Brynamman, Carmarthenshire
Upper Brynamman, Carmarthenshire
Neuadd, Carmarthenshire
Cefn-bryn-brain, Carmarthenshire
Lower Brynamman, Neath Port Talbot
Pont-ar-llechau, Carmarthenshire
Tairgwaith, Neath Port Talbot
Cwmllynfell, Neath Port Talbot
Gwaun-Leision, Neath Port Talbot

County Council (Unitary)

Carmarthenshire Council


Llangadog Community

Parliamentary Constituency

Carmarthen East and Dinefwr

OS Classification

Antiquity (non-Roman)

OS Grid Reference

SN7218 (272500, 218500)

WGS84 Coordinates

51.8501, -3.85131

Geographical coordinates are the position of the marker on the map. They are not necessarily the precise centre of Carn Pen-rhiw-ddu.

Note: Geographical features are taken from the Ordnance Survery Gazetteer of Great Britain. The majority of woods, forests, rivers, hills, lakes etc are on private land. Public access is usually only possible where public rights of way or roaming rights exist. These will usually be marked on the Ordnance Survey map. If in doubt, you should assume that there is no public access.

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Tourist attractions in or near Carn Pen-rhiw-ddu, Carmarthenshire

National Showcaves Centre for Wales


Dinefwr Castle

South-west Wales

Dinefwr Park and Castle

Historic building

Cefn-yr-Erw Primate Sanctuary

Animals and wildlife

Craig-y-nos Country Park

Open space, park or garden


Historic building

Talley Abbey

South-west Wales

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