- The mound of the Two Trees.A mound that stood before the western gates of Valmar, the city of the Valar. Also known as Corollairë and Ezellohar, it was the place where the Two Trees of Valinor grew.
J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary. MueRTe. 2003.
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