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Lord of the Rings Geography Quiz #1

Enter the name of the recognized country.
Quiz by sushi64w
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Last updated: March 30, 2013
First submittedFebruary 22, 2013
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The Undying Lands was also called:
Valinor
The Land south of Rohan is:
Gondor
The Black Lands is also called:
Mordor
The Land to the far east was called:
Rhun
The great ice field in the north:
Helcaraxe
The island that sunk:
Numenor
The Lost realm of:
Arnor
The land of the Horse-lords:
Rohan
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Answer
The Hobbit Land:
The Shire
The Land to the south:
Harad
The Golden Wood:
Loth-lorien
The mountains between Arnor and Rohan:
The Misty Mountains
The Land beside Mordor:
Khand
The Great Forest of the Elves:
Mirkwood
The Forest of the Ents:
Fangorn
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level 76
Feb 11, 2013
Can you accept Loth-lorien without the hyphen please?
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level 29
Feb 22, 2013
Sorry, I have made the changes and submitted them. In a short time it will be fixed, and thank you for telling me about the problems.
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level 29
Mar 30, 2013
Sorry about that. I'm not sure why I wrote Valorian.
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level 6
Apr 2, 2016
The ice field is also called Forodwaith
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level 54
Oct 16, 2017
That should be the only answer. Helcaraxe wasn't an ice field. It was a frozen ice pack that served as a frozen bridge between Valinor and Beleriand, until the end of the first age.
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level 23
Jun 28, 2018
Agreed, the otehr answers imply the questions are based off the third age.
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level 28
Jul 13, 2016
The Helcaraxe aren't an ice field, they're an ancient region of grinding ice. If you could clarify that would be great, as they were located northwest of Beleriand, which sunk beneath the sea and thus are not really north of Middle Earth anymore.
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level 23
Jul 21, 2017
I don't mean to quibble, but kingdom of NĂºmenor was located on the island of Elenna. The island itself wasn't called NĂºmenor.
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level 23
Jun 28, 2018
Though they were commonly synonymous.