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Tolkien's Middle Earth is another complete Middle Earth world. Like the other Middle-earth, it is built on a normal world. However, it is much larger and is based on the Lord of The Rings and Hobbit films by Peter Jackson.

However, there are a few differences between this world and the movies. Such as the inclusion of Tom Bombadil's House and the Willow Tree in the Old Forest. Also, locations such as Ravenhill and Mount Gundabad are not included.

The Old Forest

The Old Forest

Tom Bombadil's Home

Tom Bombadil's House

The following is a list of locations featured in Tolkien's Middle Earth.

  • The Grey Havens
  • Bag End
  • Hobbiton
  • The Party Tree
  • The Bywater Bridge
  • The Green Dragon
  • Farmer Maggot's Crops
  • The East Farthing Woods
  • The Old Forest
  • Thorin & Company's Campfire
  • The Buckleberry Ferry
  • Bree
  • The Midgewater Marshes
  • Weathertop
  • Trollshaws
  • Rivendell
  • The Misty Mountains
  • Goblin Town
  • Gollum's Cave
  • The Pines
  • The Carrock Of Anduin
  • Beorn's Homestead
  • Mirkwood
  • Rhosgobel
  • Dol Guldur
  • The Spiders Lair
  • The Woodland Realm
  • Lake Town
  • Bard's House & Toilet
  • The Master's House
  • Dale
  • Erebor
  • The Ruins Of Fornost
  • The Pass Of The Caradas
  • Moria
  • Azanulbizar
  • Lothlorien
  • The Pool Of Galadriel
  • The River Anduin
  • Amon Hen
  • Emyn Muil
  • The Dead Marshes
  • The Black Gate
  • Mordor
  • Mount Doom
  • Barad Dur
  • Cirith Ungol
  • Minas Morgul
  • Minas Tirith
  • Osgiliath
  • The Pass Of The Dead
  • Dunharrow
  • The Forbidden Pool
  • Faramir's Camp
  • Helms Deep
  • Edoras
  • The Plains Of Rohan
  • Isengard
  • The Westfold
  • Fangorn Forest
  • Treebeard

One particular location featured in very few Middle-Earth's is the Westfold. It can be found behind Isengard and is, ironically, at the East border of the world.

The Westfold

The Westfold

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