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Location
Around the base of the Halifirien on the border between Gondor and Rohan
Race
Divisions
Cultures
Settlements
The Halifirien held one of the Beacons of Gondor
Source
The Mering Stream rose in the Firien-dale and flowed through the Wood
Important peaks
Pronunciation
Firien is pronounced 'fi'ree-en'
Meaning
Firien literally means 'mountain', but in this case is used as a contraction of Halifirien 'holy mountain'
Other names
The Firienholt, Halifirien Wood; the western parts of the Wood were known as Everholt

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  • Updated 5 December 2013
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Firien Wood

The mountain-wood beneath Halifirien

Map of the Firien Wood

The wood that surrounded the beacon-hill of Halifirien, on the borders of Anórien and Rohan.


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