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Parth Galen was a flat, grassy lawn on the western side of Nen Hithoel.

HistoryEdit

Parth Galen was bordered on its western side by a long forested strip of land with a small stream that ran down from the Amon Hen nurturing the grass.[1]

The Fellowship of the Ring rested there on February 25, 3019, in the shadow of Tol Brandir at the base of Amon Hen. Frodo's wandering away from Parth Galen gave Boromir the chance to follow and catch him alone.

Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli brought Boromir's body to Parth Galen after he was slain by the Uruk-hai defending Merry and Pippin. Here they prepared his funeral boat and set it adrift down the Falls of Rauros. It was also the place where Sam and Frodo both set off to Mordor on their own.[2]

Translations around the worldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ፓርጥ ጋለን
Arabic بارث غالين
Armenian Պարթ Գալեն
Belarusian Cyrillic Парт Гален
Bengali পার্থ গ্যালেন
Bulgarian Cyrillic Пинат Гелин
Georgian პარტ გალენი
Greek Παρθ Γαλεν
Gujarati પાર્થ ગેલેન
Hebrew פארת 'גאלן
Hindi पार्थ गैलेन
Kannada ಪಾರ್ಥ ಗಲೆನ್
Kazakh Парт Гален (Cyrillic) Part Galen (Latin)
Korean 파르 갈렌
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Парт Галэн
Macedonian Cyrillic Парт Гален
Marathi पार्थ गॅलन
Mongolian Cyrillic Парт Галэн
Nepalese पार्थ ग्लेन
Persian پارت گالن
Punjabi ਪਾਰਥ ਗੈਲੈਨ
Russian Парт Гален
Sanskrit पर्थ् गलेन्
Serbian Парт Гален (Cyrillic) Part Galen (Latin)
Sinhalese පාල් ගැලෙන්
Tajik Cyrillic Парт Гален
Tamil பார்த் கலென்
Telugu పార్థ్ గాలెన్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Парт Ґален
Urdu پارتہ گالےن
Yiddish פּאַרטה גאַלען

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Map, "The Brown Lands, the Wold, The Downs, and the Emyn Muil"
  2. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth