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All other kingdoms (eg. Mordor, Gondor, Lindon, etc.) in the West of Middle-Earth have obvious geographical borders (eg. Mountains). In the region of Rohan, Rovanion and Rhûn, there are no mountain ranges to seperate them, only rivers and forest. So, my question, where exactly do their borders lie?
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All other kingdoms (eg. [[Mordor]], [[Gondor]], [[Lindon]], etc.) in the West of [[Middle-Earth]] have obvious geographical borders (eg. Mountains). In the region of [[Rohan]], [[Rovanion]] and [[Rhûn]], however, there are no mountain ranges to seperate them, only rivers and forest. So, my question, where exactly do their borders lie? -- [[User:Explorer of Arda|Explorer of Arda]] 09:53, 30 March 2010 (UTC)

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All other kingdoms (eg. Mordor, Gondor, Lindon, etc.) in the West of Middle-Earth have obvious geographical borders (eg. Mountains). In the region of Rohan, Rovanion and Rhûn, however, there are no mountain ranges to seperate them, only rivers and forest. So, my question, where exactly do their borders lie? -- Explorer of Arda 09:53, 30 March 2010 (UTC)