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The river '''Ringwil''' was a short and foaming river of [[West Beleriand]] that flowed east through the hilly [[High Faroth]] north of [[Nargothrond]] until it joined the [[Narog]].<ref>{{S|Map}}</ref>  Where it met the Narog a secret door was built, which was used by [[Lúthien]] to escape from Nargothrond when Celegorm and [[Curufin]] held her prisoner.
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The river '''Ringwil''' was a short and foaming river of [[West Beleriand]] that flowed east through the hilly [[Taur-en-Faroth|High Faroth]] north of [[Nargothrond]] until it joined the [[Narog]].<ref>{{S|Map}}</ref>  Where it met the Narog a secret door was built, which was used by [[Lúthien]] to escape from Nargothrond when Celegorm and [[Curufin]] held her prisoner.
  
 
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The river Ringwil was a short and foaming river of West Beleriand that flowed east through the hilly High Faroth north of Nargothrond until it joined the Narog.[1] Where it met the Narog a secret door was built, which was used by Lúthien to escape from Nargothrond when Celegorm and Curufin held her prisoner.

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Map of Beleriand and the Lands to the North"