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Túna was a high green hill in the land of Aman.[1][2]


Túna was located within a gap of the Pelóri Mountains of Aman so as to allow the Eldar to be able to see the stars they so longed to see again (as the stars were the first things that had ever beheld, and were precious to them). The light of the Two Trees fell upon it from the west side, and from the east it looked upon the yet sunless and moonless Arda. Upon the top of Tuna was built the great city of Tirion.[3]

Towards the end of the Second Age in SA 3319, Ar-Pharazôn and his Great Armament reached Túna and he and his soldiers camped there before they were buried under mounds of earth by Eru.[4]

Places of Aman

Aman Locations:

Regions of the Valar:

Woods of Oromë | Pastures of Yavanna | Halls of Mandos | Halls of Nienna | Gardens of Lòrien | Wells of Varda | House of Tulkas | Máhanaxar | Two Trees

Other Regions:

Valinor | Eldamar | Tol Eressëa | Undying Lands | Alalminórë | Enchanted Isles | Araman | Avathar | Plain of Valinor | Haerast | Oiomurë

Mountains & Passes:

Pelóri | Túna | Taniquetil | Calacirya | Hyarmentir | Caves of the Forgotten

Bodies of Water:

Bay of Eldamar | Lórellin | Shadowy Seas | Híri | Sirnúmen


Valmar | Tirion | Formenos | Avallonë | Alqualondë | Kortirion | Tavrobel


Cottage of Lost Play | Mindon Eldaliéva | Galathilion | House of Hundred Chimneys | Tower of Avallónë | Tower of Tavrobel | Ilmarin | Bridge of Tavrobel | Ezellohar


  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The First Age, The Elder Days, "Valinor"
  2. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The Second Age, "Voyages of the Númenóreans"
  3. The Silmarillion, Quenta Silmarillion
  4. The Silmarillion, Akallabêth (The Downfall of Númenor)

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