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Almaren is a fictional location from J. R. R. Tolkien's universe, Middle-earth.

Almaren (meaning blessed place) was an island in the Great Lake, the home of the Valar in the middle of Arda. It was at the place where the light of the Two Lamps mingled. Almaren was attacked and damaged by Melkor, and the Valar moved far to the West, to Valinor.


According to some traditions, the island of Almaren survived the attack, and was the same island as Tol Eressëa.




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Minor places in Middle-earth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1017 words)
Almaren (meaning blessed place) was an island in the Great Lake, the home of the Valar in the middle of Arda.
Almaren was attacked and damaged by Melkor, and the Valar moved far to the West, to Valinor.
According to some traditions, the island of Almaren survived the attack, and was the same island as Tol Eressëa.
Almaren - Wikipedia (82 words)
Almaren (che significa luogo santo) fu un'isola nel Grande Lago, dimora dei Valar nel mezzo di Arda.
Almaren fu attaccata da Melkor quando i Valar riposavano - una volta plasmata e ordinata Arda - e venne completamente distrutta, così che allora i Valar si spostarono lontano all'Ovest, in Aman, dove costruirono Valinor.
Secondo alcune tradizioni, l'isola di Almaren resistette all'attacco, e fu la stessa isola di Tol Eressëa.
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