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 Then they were led up the mighty ravine of Orfalch Echor, barred by seven gates, and brought before Echthelion of the Fountain, the warden of the great gate at the end of the climbing road; and there Tuor cast aside his cloak, and from the arms that he bore from Vinyamar it was seen that he was in truth one sent by Ulmo. Then Tuor looked down upon the fair vale of Tumladen, set as a green jewel amid the encircling hills; and he saw far off upon the rocky height of Amon Gwareth Gondolin the great, city of seven names, whose fame and glory is mightiest in song of all the dwellings of the Elves in the Hither Lands. 

The Silmarillion - J.R.R. Tolkien

Then they were led up the mighty ravine of Orfalch Echor, barred by seven gates, and brought before Echthelion of the Fountain, the warden of the great gate at the end of the climbing road; and there Tuor cast aside his cloak, and from the arms that he bore from Vinyamar it was seen that he was in truth one sent by Ulmo. Then Tuor looked down upon the fair vale of Tumladen, set as a green jewel amid the encircling hills; and he saw far off upon the rocky height of Amon Gwareth Gondolin the great, city of seven names, whose fame and glory is mightiest in song of all the dwellings of the Elves in the Hither Lands.

The Silmarillion - J.R.R. Tolkien



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