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|J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit CED|
Lake-town in Long Lake at the end of Forest River (Side 2, 14:12).
"Not far from the mouth of the Forest River was the strange town he had heard the elves|
speak of in the king's cellars. It was not built on the shore, though there were a few huts and
buildings there, but right out on the surface of the lake, protected from the swirl of the entering
river by a promontory of rock which formed a calm bay. A great bridge made of wood ran out to
where on huge piles made of forest trees was built a busy wooden town, not a town of elves
but of Men, who still dared to dwell here under the shadow of the distant dragon-mountain."
- The Hobbit: A Warm Welcome