Map showing Moria and its surroundings. Certain elements of this map are conjectural.1
The Black Chasm; the name given to Khazad-dûm after its desertion by the Dwarves, after which it became a dark and evil place.
The exact configuration of the Mountains of Moria is not shown on any map, so the relative positions shown here are derived from descriptions in The Lord of the Rings (though given the detail of those descriptions, there is little margin for error). In addition, though it seems inevitable that the Sirannon must have been a tributary of the Glanduin, it is not known precisely how the two rivers joined.
Alphabet of Daeron, Angerthas Moria, Aragorn Elessar, Azog, Bain, Balin, Balrogs, Barazinbar, Battle of Nanduhirion, Battle of the Mines of Moria, Battle of the Peak, Black Chasm, Black Pit, Book of Mazarbul, Bridge of Khazad-dûm, [See the full list...]
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