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'''Dimrill Dale''' ('''''[[Nanduhirion]]''''' in [[Sindarin]] and '''''[[Azanulbizar]]''''' in [[Khuzdul]]) was a valley on the east side of the [[Misty Mountains]], beneath the [[Caradhras|Redhorn]], [[Celebdil|Silvertine]], and [[Fanuidhol|Cloudyhead]] peaks. It was the eastern end of [[Redhorn Pass]] and was bordered by the '''[[Dimrill Stair]]'''. Dimrill Dale was the source of the [[Celebrant|Silverlode]] river. At its southeast corner was [[Mirrormere]], a sacred lake to the [[Dwarves]] of [[Durin's Folk]].<ref>{{FR|II6}}</ref>
 
'''Dimrill Dale''' ('''''[[Nanduhirion]]''''' in [[Sindarin]] and '''''[[Azanulbizar]]''''' in [[Khuzdul]]) was a valley on the east side of the [[Misty Mountains]], beneath the [[Caradhras|Redhorn]], [[Celebdil|Silvertine]], and [[Fanuidhol|Cloudyhead]] peaks. It was the eastern end of [[Redhorn Pass]] and was bordered by the '''[[Dimrill Stair]]'''. Dimrill Dale was the source of the [[Celebrant|Silverlode]] river. At its southeast corner was [[Mirrormere]], a sacred lake to the [[Dwarves]] of [[Durin's Folk]].<ref>{{FR|II6}}</ref>
  

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