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Gate of the Noldor

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'''Gate of the Noldor''' was a gateway in the mountains between northern [[Nevrast]] and [[Hithlum]], built by the [[Noldor]] who followed [[Turgon]] in the earliest years of the [[First Age]]. After Turgon's departure to [[Gondolin]], the Gate was lost, but it was rediscovered and used centuries later by [[Tuor]] in his escape from the oppressed lands of Hithlum.
 
'''Gate of the Noldor''' was a gateway in the mountains between northern [[Nevrast]] and [[Hithlum]], built by the [[Noldor]] who followed [[Turgon]] in the earliest years of the [[First Age]]. After Turgon's departure to [[Gondolin]], the Gate was lost, but it was rediscovered and used centuries later by [[Tuor]] in his escape from the oppressed lands of Hithlum.
  
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Latest revision as of 18:27, 13 June 2012

Gate of the Noldor was a gateway in the mountains between northern Nevrast and Hithlum, built by the Noldor who followed Turgon in the earliest years of the First Age. After Turgon's departure to Gondolin, the Gate was lost, but it was rediscovered and used centuries later by Tuor in his escape from the oppressed lands of Hithlum.