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Location
A long river running north to south, east of the Misty Mountains
Settlements
Framsburg stood at beginning of the river in the far North; farther south in Gondor, it flowed through Osgiliath and then past the ports of Harlond and Pelargir before reaching its Mouths
Source
The confluence of the Langwell and Greylin in the north of Middle-earth
Tributaries
Outflow
Other names

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Great River

The River Anduin

Map of the Great River

Very common title given to the River Anduin, the greatest river in Middle-earth, which flowed for many hundred miles from the far north down into the Bay of Belfalas.


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  • Updated 12 February 2013
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