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Mynydd Mallaen

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Mountain
Location type: Mountain
Location address: United Kingdom, Carmarthenshire
Number of texts: 1
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Mynydd Mallaen is an expansive hill to the northwest of Cilycwm in northeast Carmarthenshire, Wales. It takes the form of an undulating plateau with steep slopes dropping away to the Towy valley to the east and those of the Gwenffrwd, Nant Melyn and Afon Cothi to the north and west. Its highest point of 462m at OS grid reference SN 723455 is surmounted by two Bronze Age cairns known as Crugiau Merched (which translates from Welsh as ladies barrows). Caeo Forest covers much of the southern flanks of the hill and smaller forests also decorate its eastern slopes.

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