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North-South Road

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The '''North-South Road''' was a road dating from the [[Second Age]] that linked the northern kingdom of [[Arnor]] with the southern kingdom of [[Gondor]]. It originally ran from [[Fornost]] in the far north, southward for hundreds of leagues through [[Eriador]], then through the [[Gap of Calenardhon]] and across the lands that would later be [[Rohan]]. Most of this road had fallen into ruins by the time of the [[War of the Ring]], though it was still usable in places as the '[[Greenway]]'.
 
The '''North-South Road''' was a road dating from the [[Second Age]] that linked the northern kingdom of [[Arnor]] with the southern kingdom of [[Gondor]]. It originally ran from [[Fornost]] in the far north, southward for hundreds of leagues through [[Eriador]], then through the [[Gap of Calenardhon]] and across the lands that would later be [[Rohan]]. Most of this road had fallen into ruins by the time of the [[War of the Ring]], though it was still usable in places as the '[[Greenway]]'.
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Revision as of 00:29, 6 August 2006

The North-South Road was a road dating from the Second Age that linked the northern kingdom of Arnor with the southern kingdom of Gondor. It originally ran from Fornost in the far north, southward for hundreds of leagues through Eriador, then through the Gap of Calenardhon and across the lands that would later be Rohan. Most of this road had fallen into ruins by the time of the War of the Ring, though it was still usable in places as the 'Greenway'.