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Mynydd-y-garreg or Mynyddygarreg (English: the mountain of the stone) is a village in the county of Carmarthenshire, West Wales, bordering the historical town of Kidwelly. Mynydd-y-garreg Tower is the name given to a Roman Pharos in the county of Flintshire, near Whitford.
By road the village lies 1 km from the A484 that connects Llanelli and Carmarthen. By rail Kidwelly train station lies 4 km away by road. A bus service operates connecting to bus routes running through kidwelly which allow passengers to travel to Llanelli, Carmarthen, Swansea amongst others.
The village has a Primary School, Ysgol Mynydd-y-Garreg School which, after threat of closure due to its diminutive pupil numbers was part of the cadw ein hysgolion (English: keep our schools) campaign run by Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (English: the welsh language society).
The village is famous for being home to the late Welsh rugby union legend Ray Gravell. A road in the village had been named after him  and after his death serves as a reminder of one of the village's most famous residents. A sculpture erected in his honour at the Llanelli Scarlets' stadium Parc y Scarlets stands on a plinth made of stone quarried from the village.
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