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Frances Fowler. The site is now occupied by County Hall, designed by Sir Percy Thomas. The town council's responsibilities include maintenance of the town's five parks and of the town cemetery. It is possibly the oldest town in Wales, recorded by Ptolemy and in the Antonine Itinerary. A b "Site details: Carmarthen Monastic Wales A Comprehensive Database of Sites and Sources". The current castle site is known to have been used since 1105. The west side had a relief beneath the title 'badajos' showing Picton scaling the walls with his men during the Battle of Badajoz in 1812. Over 200 graves were found in the churchyard and 60 around the friars' choir. Above the entrance door was the name "picton and over this a relief showing the Lieutenant General falling mortally wounded from his horse on the Waterloo battlefield. There were repeated abortive attempts to turn the buildings into a grammar school.
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The town has two rugby union teams Carmarthen Quins and Carmarthen Athletic. The lead smelting moved to Llanelli in 1811. The structure stood on a square pedestal. The one to Llandeilo closed in 1963 and one to Lampeter and Aberystwyth in 1965. Carmarthen was named one of the best places to live in Wales in 2017. Not to be confused with, caernarfon.