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'''Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr''', occasionally referred to as Llanarmon Fach, is an isolated rural parish in [[Powys]], Wales. It was formerly in [[Denbighshire (historic)|Denbighshire]], and from 1974 to 1996 was in the county of [[Clwyd]]. It measures {{convert|2|sqmi|km2|0}} and has a population of 40.<ref name=llanfylin>[http://llanfyllindeanerywww.orgmathrafal.ukorg/parishes/mynyddmawr.htm St Garmon's Church, Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr]</ref>
The scattered settlement lies on the south-facing slopes of the [[Berwyn Mountains]] in the high upper part of the [[River Tanat|Tanat]] Valley, at around 950 feet above sea level. Its name translates roughly as "St Garmon's church [on the] Great Mountain", distinguishing it from the village of [[Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog]], 5 miles (8&nbsp;km) away in the [[Ceiriog Valley]].