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Ty Gwyn (Welsh for "White" or "Blessed House") may refer to:
- Ty Gwyn on the Taf (Ty Gwyn ar Dav), the supposed site of the legendary Welsh parliament that produced the Laws of Hywel Dda
- Whitland (Hendy-gwyn, "Old White House") in Carmathenshire, the present settlement there
- Ty Gwyn, a former monastic community near Whitesands Bay in Pembrokeshire with ties to SS. Patrick and David
- Ty Gwyn Tower at Barmouth in Gwynedd
- Ty Gwyn at Crossways in Monmouthshire, a producer of cider
- Tygwyn railway station at Glan-y-wern in Gwynedd on the Cambrian Line
- Ty Gwyn, the former name for Clydach in Swansea
- Ty Gwyn, an estate in Penylan, Cardiff
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