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Henneth Annûn

The Window of the Sunset

One of the last refuges of the Men of Gondor in Ithilien during the late Third Age. Its name means 'Window on the West' (or 'Sunset'), taken from the waterfall that flowed over it and hid it from the servants of Sauron.

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