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The tower of King [[Turgon]] of [[Gondolin]]; in its fountain-filled courts stood images of the [[Two Trees]] of [[Valinor]] made by Turgon himself.
The '''Tower of the King''', or the '''Tower of Turgon''', was the tower of King [[Turgon]] of [[Gondolin]]. In its fountain-filled [[Square of the Palace]] stood images of the [[Two Trees of Valinor]] made by Turgon himself.<ref>{{LT2|Goldolin}}, p. 160</ref>
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The Tower of the King, or the Tower of Turgon, was the tower of King Turgon of Gondolin. In its fountain-filled Square of the Palace stood images of the Two Trees of Valinor made by Turgon himself.[1]


  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, , p. 160