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#1  "Valinor became more beautiful even than Middle-earth in the Spring of Arda; and it was blessed, for the Deathless dwelt there, and here naught faded nor withered..."

#1 "Valinor became more beautiful even than Middle-earth in the Spring of Arda; and it was blessed, for the Deathless dwelt there, and here naught faded nor withered..."

Each of the Valar had their own region of the land where they resided and altered things to their desire....

Each of the Valar had their own region of the land where they resided and altered things to their desire....

Valinor was encircled by the Pelóri mountains, which were raised by the Valar as a defense against Melkor.  Its major city was Valmar, where the Vanyar and the Valar reside. Two other cities are Alqualondë and Tirion, the respective homes of the Teleri and the Noldor. It also had an island, Tol Eressëa, just off its east coast. The sea to the west of the island was called Ekkaia, the encircling sea which surrounded both Valinor and Middle-earth....

Valinor was encircled by the Pelóri mountains, which were raised by the Valar as a defense against Melkor. Its major city was Valmar, where the Vanyar and the Valar reside. Two other cities are Alqualondë and Tirion, the respective homes of the Teleri and the Noldor. It also had an island, Tol Eressëa, just off its east coast. The sea to the west of the island was called Ekkaia, the encircling sea which surrounded both Valinor and Middle-earth....

Valinor #2   "...neither was there any stain upon flower or leaf in that land, nor any corruption or sickness in anything that lived; for the very stones and waters were hallowed.

Valinor #2 "...neither was there any stain upon flower or leaf in that land, nor any corruption or sickness in anything that lived; for the very stones and waters were hallowed.

Places in Valinor: The Halls of Nienna    Nienna, sister of the Fëanturi, dwells alone.   Her halls are west of West, upon the borders of the world; and she comes seldom to the city of Valimar where all is glad. She goes rather to the halls of Mandos, which are near to her own; and all those who wait in Mandos cry to her, for she brings strength to the spirit and turns sorrow to wisdom. The windows of her house look outward from the walls of the world.

Places in Valinor: The Halls of Nienna Nienna, sister of the Fëanturi, dwells alone. Her halls are west of West, upon the borders of the world; and she comes seldom to the city of Valimar where all is glad. She goes rather to the halls of Mandos, which are near to her own; and all those who wait in Mandos cry to her, for she brings strength to the spirit and turns sorrow to wisdom. The windows of her house look outward from the walls of the world.

Places in Valinor: The Gardens of Lorien...  "Irmo the younger is the master of visions and dreams. In Lórien are his gardens in the land of the Valar, and they are the fairest of all places in the world, filled with many spirits."

Places in Valinor: The Gardens of Lorien... "Irmo the younger is the master of visions and dreams. In Lórien are his gardens in the land of the Valar, and they are the fairest of all places in the world, filled with many spirits."

Dwellings of the Valar: Ulmo  "He loved not high words and concourse of folk, and in those deep waters moveless and empty he purposed to dwell, leaving the governance of the Great and lesser seas to Ossë and Ónen his vassals. Yet ever of his magic deep in his outmost sea-halls of Ulmonan he controlled the faint stirrings of the Shadowy Sea, and the lakes and springs and rivers of the world."  “The Coming of the Valar” - The Book of Lost Tales (part. 1) - HoME - J.R.R. Tolkien

Dwellings of the Valar: Ulmo "He loved not high words and concourse of folk, and in those deep waters moveless and empty he purposed to dwell, leaving the governance of the Great and lesser seas to Ossë and Ónen his vassals. Yet ever of his magic deep in his outmost sea-halls of Ulmonan he controlled the faint stirrings of the Shadowy Sea, and the lakes and springs and rivers of the world." “The Coming of the Valar” - The Book of Lost Tales (part. 1) - HoME - J.R.R. Tolkien

Even among the radiant flowers of the Tree-lit gardens of Valinor they longed still at times to see the stars; and therefore a gap was made in the great walls of the Pelóri, and there in a deep valley that ran down to the sea the Eldar raised a high green hill: Túna it was called. From the west the light of the Trees fell upon it, and its shadow lay ever eastward; and to the east it looked towards the Bay of Elvenhome, and the Lonely Isle, and the Shadowy Seas. Then through Calacirya, the…

Even among the radiant flowers of the Tree-lit gardens of Valinor they longed still at times to see the stars; and therefore a gap was made in the great walls of the Pelóri, and there in a deep valley that ran down to the sea the Eldar raised a high green hill: Túna it was called. From the west the light of the Trees fell upon it, and its shadow lay ever eastward; and to the east it looked towards the Bay of Elvenhome, and the Lonely Isle, and the Shadowy Seas. Then through Calacirya, the…

Places in Valinor: The Isle of Estë ...  "Estë... walks not by day, but sleeps upon an island in the tree-shadowed lake of Lórellin. From the fountains of Irmo and Estë all those who dwell in Valinor draw refreshment; and often the Valar come themselves to Lórien and there find repose and easing of the burden of Arda."

Places in Valinor: The Isle of Estë ... "Estë... walks not by day, but sleeps upon an island in the tree-shadowed lake of Lórellin. From the fountains of Irmo and Estë all those who dwell in Valinor draw refreshment; and often the Valar come themselves to Lórien and there find repose and easing of the burden of Arda."

Places in Valinor: The Halls of Ilmarin - The mansions of the Elder King, Manwë, and his spouse Varda Elentári, on the summit of Taniquetil, the highest peak of the world, from where they could look out across the Earth even into the East." Manwë here set his throne, and in the shape of hawks and eagles constantly came with news of events in Arda.

Places in Valinor: The Halls of Ilmarin - The mansions of the Elder King, Manwë, and his spouse Varda Elentári, on the summit of Taniquetil, the highest peak of the world, from where they could look out across the Earth even into the East." Manwë here set his throne, and in the shape of hawks and eagles constantly came with news of events in Arda.