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After the end of the [[First Age]], the land of [[Lindon]], west of the [[Blue Mountains]], was divided by the great [[Gulf of Lhûn]]. The greater northern part was named '''Forlindon''', which means no more than 'North-Lindon' in the [[Elven-tongue]]. On its southern shores was the haven of [[Forlond]], while off its northwestern coasts stood the island of [[Himling]], where [[Maedhros]]' fortress had once stood.
 
After the end of the [[First Age]], the land of [[Lindon]], west of the [[Blue Mountains]], was divided by the great [[Gulf of Lhûn]]. The greater northern part was named '''Forlindon''', which means no more than 'North-Lindon' in the [[Elven-tongue]]. On its southern shores was the haven of [[Forlond]], while off its northwestern coasts stood the island of [[Himling]], where [[Maedhros]]' fortress had once stood.
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The northern part of Forlindon consisted of what was left of [[Thargelion]].{{fact}}
  
 
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After the end of the First Age, the land of Lindon, west of the Blue Mountains, was divided by the great Gulf of Lhûn. The greater northern part was named Forlindon, which means no more than 'North-Lindon' in the Elven-tongue. On its southern shores was the haven of Forlond, while off its northwestern coasts stood the island of Himling, where Maedhros' fortress had once stood.

The northern part of Forlindon consisted of what was left of Thargelion.[source?]