|Place from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium|
Dunharrow in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy
|Other names||The Hold, Dunberg|
|Description||Cliff-top refuge of the Rohirrim|
|Location||Hidden in the White Mountains above Harrowdale|
|Founder||Men of Twilight|
|Books||The Two Towers, The Return of the King, Unfinished Tales|
Dunharrow is a fictional place from J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. Aldor established it as a refuge of the Rohirrim hidden in the White Mountains and fortified against attack. Dunharrow had been used as a refuge by the Middle Men of the White Mountains during the Second Age — many millennia before Rohan.
Dunharrow was a cliff-top overlooking Harrowdale, the valley of the river Snowbourn. In order to reach the refuge, a winding path had to be used, known as the Stair of the Hold. This path was lined with statues known as the Púkel-men — statues originally carved by the Men of the White Mountains, in the likeness of the Drúedain. After the stair was the "Firienfeld", a large grassy area for the encampment of soldiers and refuge-seekers.
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