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Far Downs

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| location=Central [[Eriador]], west of the [[White Downs]] east of the [[Tower Hills]]
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The '''Far Downs''' were the downlands that marked the western borders of [[the Shire]], forty leagues (120 miles) west from the [[Brandywine Bridge]]. Of their geography almost nothing is known, except that the town of [[Greenholm]] seems to have been built among the Downs. It was from here that [[Fastred of Greenholm]] came, the first [[Warden of Westmarch]] that lay between the Far Downs and, still further westward, the [[Tower Hills]].
 
The '''Far Downs''' were the downlands that marked the western borders of [[the Shire]], forty leagues (120 miles) west from the [[Brandywine Bridge]]. Of their geography almost nothing is known, except that the town of [[Greenholm]] seems to have been built among the Downs. It was from here that [[Fastred of Greenholm]] came, the first [[Warden of Westmarch]] that lay between the Far Downs and, still further westward, the [[Tower Hills]].
  

Revision as of 19:07, 25 March 2011

Far Downs
Physical Description
TypeHills
LocationCentral Eriador, west of the White Downs east of the Tower Hills
RealmsArnor
The Shire
InhabitantsElves, Men, then Hobbits
DescriptionA hilly region where the Hobbit town of Greenholm is located

The Far Downs were the downlands that marked the western borders of the Shire, forty leagues (120 miles) west from the Brandywine Bridge. Of their geography almost nothing is known, except that the town of Greenholm seems to have been built among the Downs. It was from here that Fastred of Greenholm came, the first Warden of Westmarch that lay between the Far Downs and, still further westward, the Tower Hills.