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Defiled by Glaurung I 495; destroyed with Beleriand at the end of the First Age
The southern slopes of Ered Wethrin, directly south from Dor-lómin
Ivrin was at the source of the River Narog
There are a number of more specific names related to Ivrin. The spring that gave rise to the River Narog was Eithel Ivrin, and the waterfalls and lakes of this region were known as the Falls of Ivrin and the Pools of Ivrin, respectively.


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The pools at the source of the Narog

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The pools that lay in the southern Ered Wethrin, and formed the source of the River Narog.

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