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Hobbiton
Background Information
Type Village
Location Center of the Shire, Central Eriador
Realms Arnor
Capital
Founded/Built Around TA 1601 (SR 1)
Ruler Kings of Arthedain, later Thains
Other Information
Summary Known for being the home of the Hobbits
Other names
Inhabitants Hobbits
Spoken Languages Hobbitish/Westron
Lifespan TA 1601 -

Hobbiton was a village in the Shire.

HistoryEdit

Hobbiton was located in the center of the Shire. It is the home of many illustrious Hobbits, including Bilbo Baggins, Frodo Baggins, and Samwise Gamgee. Notable locations in Hobbiton include the Mill and the Baggins' Hobbit-hole in the hill, and Bag End. During the War of the Ring, Saruman's treachery destroyed much of the Shire, and Hobbiton suffered greatly. The Old Mill had been replaced with a noxious factory-like structure, and many trees were cut down.[1][2]

After the servants of Saruman had been expelled from the Shire, Sam Gamgee used magic soil from the garden of Elf-Queen Galadriel to heal the Shire in general, but with particular attention to Hobbiton area.

Behind the ScenesEdit

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In Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings film trilogy, Hobbiton was filmed on a farm in Matamata, New Zealand and in a studio.

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ሖብቢቶን
Arabic حوببيتون
Armenian Հոբբիտոն
Belarusian Hоббітон
Bengali ঃওব্বিতন্
Chinese (Hong Kong) 哈比屯
Czech Hobitín
Dari حوببیتون
Dutch Hobbitstee
French Hobbitebourg
Georgian ჰობბითონ
German Hobbingen
Gujarati ઃઓબ્બિતોન્
Hebrew הוביטון
Hindi ह्ओब्बितोन्
Italian Hobbiville
Kazakh Һоббітон
Kurdish حۆببیتۆن
Kyrgyz Hоббитон
Lao ຮໂບບິຕໂນ
Macedonian Хоббитон
Mongolian Hоббитон
Nepali होब्बितोन्
Mongolian Hоббитон
Norwegian Hobbitun
Pashto حوببیتون
Persian حوببیتون
Portuguese (Brazil) Vila dos Hobbits
Russian Хоббитон
Sanskrit ःओब्बितोन्
Serbian Хоббитон (Cyrillic) Hobiton (Latinised)
Sinhala ඃඔබ්බිතොන්
Spanish (Spain and Latin America) Hobbiton
Swedish Hobsala
Tajik Ҳоббитон
Telugu ఃఒబ్బితొన్
Tibetan ཧོབྦིཏོན​
Turkish Hobbitköy
Ukrainian Гоббітон
Urdu حوببیتون
Uyghur خوببىتون
Uzbek Ҳоббитон (Cyrillic) Hobbiton (Latinised)
Yiddish האָבביטאָן

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Maps, "The Shire"
  2. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The Lord of the Rings, "Hobbition and Bag End"



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