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The '''Vales of Anduin''', also known as '''Vale of the Great River''', were the fertile valleys of the [[Anduin]] river. They lay between the [[Misty Mountains]] and [[Mirkwood]], and extended for hundreds of miles.<ref>''[[The Atlas of Middle-earth]]'' pgs. 76 & 80-1</ref>
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{{NeedsReferences}}The '''Vales of Anduin''', also known as '''Vale of the Great River''', were the fertile valleys of the [[Anduin]] river. They lay between the [[Misty Mountains]] and [[Mirkwood]], and extended for hundreds of miles.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
   
It was once the original home of all the [[Hobbits]] before they migrated into the [[west]] to the lands of [[Bree]], [[Dunland]], and finally [[the Shire]] due to increasing danger coming from Mirkwood. A colony of [[Stoor]] hobbits remained in the [[Gladden Fields]] until sometime after [[TA 2460]].
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It was once the original home of all the [[Hobbits]] before they migrated into the west to the lands of [[Bree]], [[Dunland]], and finally [[the Shire]] due to increasing danger coming from Mirkwood. A colony of [[Stoor]] hobbits remained in the [[Gladden Fields]] until sometime after [[TA 2460]].
   
By the latter part of the [[Third Age]], this land was for the most part deserted due to the dread of Mirkwood. Only the [[Beorning]]s, including [[Beorn]] himself, the [[Woodmen]] and [[Radagast]] at [[Rhosgobel]] dared live in or near this land.<ref>''[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]''</ref>
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By the latter part of the [[Third Age]], this land was for the most part deserted due to the dread of Mirkwood. Only the [[Beorning]]s, including [[Beorn]] himself, the [[Woodmen]] and [[Radagast]] at [[Rhosgobel]] dared live in or near this land.
   
 
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The Vales of Anduin, also known as Vale of the Great River, were the fertile valleys of the Anduin river. They lay between the Misty Mountains and Mirkwood, and extended for hundreds of miles.

HistoryEdit

It was once the original home of all the Hobbits before they migrated into the west to the lands of Bree, Dunland, and finally the Shire due to increasing danger coming from Mirkwood. A colony of Stoor hobbits remained in the Gladden Fields until sometime after TA 2460.

By the latter part of the Third Age, this land was for the most part deserted due to the dread of Mirkwood. Only the Beornings, including Beorn himself, the Woodmen and Radagast at Rhosgobel dared live in or near this land.

Translation around the worldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Bosnian Doline Anduin
Finnish Anduinin laaksot
French Val d'Anduin
Italian Valle dell'Anduin
Polish Dolina Anduiny


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