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English: Llanarmon ( Welsh: Garmon's Church) is a parish and small village in the old commote of Eifionydd, (cantref of Dunoding) in upper Gwynedd. The village is four miles north east of Pwllheli and close by can be found the village of Llangybi, a holy well and the mountain of Carn Pentrych. A well preserved 15th Century manor house at Penarth Fawr is maintained by Cadw and another ancient monument Plas Du (Welsh:Black Place) is a well preserved, substantial sub-medieval gentry house. It also has important historical associations; it was known as the centre of the Roman Catholic faith in the region and was the home of Thomas Owen, High Sheriff of Caernarvonshire from 1569 who was imprisoned for sheltering missionary priests in the house in 1571.
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