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{{youmay|Westlands of Middle-earth|[[Andustar]], the Westlands of [[Númenor]]}}<br/>[[Image:John Howe - The Map of Middle-earth.jpg|thumb|"The Westlands of Middle-earth"]]'''Westlands''' ([[Sindarin]]: '''i Mbair Annui'''<ref>{{SD|X1}}</ref>) is a large region of [[Middle-earth]], perhaps referring to the entire north-western region of the continent  (although it may also be used more specifically as a name of [[Eriador]]).
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{{disambig-two|the Westlands of Middle-earth|Westlands of [[Númenor]]|[[Andustar]]}}[[Image:John Howe - The Map of Middle-earth.jpg|thumb|"The Westlands of Middle-earth"]]'''Westlands''' ([[Sindarin]]: '''i Mbair Annui'''<ref>{{SD|XI}}</ref>) is a large region of [[Middle-earth]], perhaps referring to the entire north-western region of the continent  (although it may also be used more specifically as a name of [[Eriador]]).
 
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* [[Tol Morwen]]
 
* [[Tol Morwen]]

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This article is about the Westlands of Middle-earth. For the Westlands of Númenor, see Andustar.
"The Westlands of Middle-earth"
Westlands (Sindarin: i Mbair Annui[1]) is a large region of Middle-earth, perhaps referring to the entire north-western region of the continent (although it may also be used more specifically as a name of Eriador).

Bays and islands

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Sauron Defeated, "Part One: The End of the Third Age: XI. The Epilogue"