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Harlond (Lindon)

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'''Harlond''' was an [[Elf-haven]] on the southern shores of the [[Gulf of Lhûn]], whose name in fact means 'south-haven'. It precise positioning is open to debate; in [[Appendix A]] to [[The Lord of the Rings]], [[Tolkien]] writes of it as the southern part of the [[Grey Havens]], but the map that accompanies the book shows it as a small inlet about 150 miles west of [[Mithlond]].
 
'''Harlond''' was an [[Elf-haven]] on the southern shores of the [[Gulf of Lhûn]], whose name in fact means 'south-haven'. It precise positioning is open to debate; in [[Appendix A]] to [[The Lord of the Rings]], [[Tolkien]] writes of it as the southern part of the [[Grey Havens]], but the map that accompanies the book shows it as a small inlet about 150 miles west of [[Mithlond]].
  
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Revision as of 16:53, 31 August 2010

This article is about the Elven port in Lindon. For the port of Minas Tirith, see Harlond (Gondor).

Harlond was an Elf-haven on the southern shores of the Gulf of Lhûn, whose name in fact means 'south-haven'. It precise positioning is open to debate; in Appendix A to The Lord of the Rings, Tolkien writes of it as the southern part of the Grey Havens, but the map that accompanies the book shows it as a small inlet about 150 miles west of Mithlond.