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In J. R. R. Tolkien’s fictional world of Middle-earth, Mordor is the strong hold of Sauron, the arch-villian. As per the fiction, Mordor was located in the southeast of northwestern Middle-earth, east of the great river Anduin.

Mordor had two meanings: “Black Land” in Sindarin, and “Land of Shadow” in Quenya.

This picture is perhaps the closest feeling of Mordor, I ever happen to come across.

By Nayan.

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