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Tarlang's NeckAiryyn70Landforms Of Middle-Earth - the White MountainsAiryyn60Maps of Tolkien's Middle-Earth by John HoweAiryyn40The Cartographers of Tolkien's Middle-earthAiryyn143Thiepval and surroundingsAiryyn60From Edoras to the Stone of ErechAiryyn21The most cited places in the Children of HurinAiryyn60The most cited places in the SilmarillionAiryyn253The Shire and Surroundings - A changing topographyAiryyn100The Shire and Surroundings - CompositionAiryyn30The Shire and Surroundings - Second VersionAiryyn60The Shire and Surroundings - First VersionAiryyn10ForodwaithAiryyn121Journeys of TuorAiryyn124Annals of BeleriandAiryyn333The Wanderings of HurinAiryyn162
This map in 3D isometric view shows a part of Gondor, the last kingdom of men in 'The Lord of the Rings'. The point of view is westward, and focused on Tarlang's Neck, a pass between the main range of the White Mountains : www.tolkiengateway.net/wiki/Ta….
Isolines are directly extract from Tolkien's map entitled 'Rohan, Gondor, Mordor’ and published in the 'Return of the King' (1955).