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Gar Ainion

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'''Gar Ainion''', "Place of the Gods", was a structure, apparently a sort of temple, in the south of [[Gondolin]] along the [[Road of Pomps]].  It was here that [[Idril]] and [[Tuor]] were wed, in the [[Place of Wedding]].  At its middle it was the highest ground of all the city.
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'''Gar Ainion''', "Place of the Gods", was a structure, apparently a sort of temple, in the south of [[Gondolin]] along the [[Road of Pomps]].  It was here that [[Idril]] and [[Tuor]] were wed, in the [[Place of Wedding]].  At its middle it was the highest ground of all the city.<ref>{{LT2|III}}, p. 186</ref>
  
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Gar Ainion, "Place of the Gods", was a structure, apparently a sort of temple, in the south of Gondolin along the Road of Pomps. It was here that Idril and Tuor were wed, in the Place of Wedding. At its middle it was the highest ground of all the city.[1]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, "The Fall of Gondolin" , p. 186