The Royal Oak Inn in the centre of Rhandirmwyn
|Rhandirmwyn shown within Carmarthenshire|
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Rhandirmwyn (or Rhandir-mwyn) is a small village in the north east of Carmarthenshire, Wales. Located in the upper Towy valley, 3 km north of Cilycwm village, it extends on both sides of the river. It lies in the parish of Llanfair-ar-y-bryn.
The Nantymwyn Lead Mine, above the village, was in existence since Roman times, and closed in 1932. Tourism is now the main industry.
The village is also the location of Coleg Elidyr.
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