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Category:Brynamman

Cymraeg: Mae Brynaman yn bentref yn ne-ddwyrain Sir Gaerfyrddin, ger y Mynydd Du a datblygodd oherwydd y diwydiannau glo a haearn yn y 19eg ganrif. Rhennir y pentref yn ddwy gan Afon Aman - i'r gogledd mae Brynaman Uchaf yn Sir Gaerfyrddin tra i'r De mae Brynaman Isaf ym Mwrdeistref Sirol Castell-nedd Port Talbot (yn Morgannwg gynt).
English: Brynamman is a village sitting on the south facing side of the Black Mountain, part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The village is split in two into Upper Brynamman and Lower Brynamman by the River Amman which also acts as the boundary between the counties of Carmarthenshire and Neath Port Talbot (the old county of Glamorganshire). Ruins of stone dwellings (possibly prehistoric), an early type of lime kiln and rectangular medieval buildings found on the mountain show that man has lived in this area for a long time.
Nederlands: Brynamman is een plaats in Wales, in het bestuurlijke graafschap Carmarthenshire en in het ceremoniële behouden graafschap Dyfed.

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