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'''The Kingdom of Tylwyth Teg''' is the kingdom of the [[Fair Folk]]. It is located under [[The Black Lake]] in the [[Eagle Mountains]] of northern [[Prydain]], north of [[Medwyn's Meadow|Medwyn's Valley]]. It is home to [[Doli]] and many other dwarfs and different varieties of Fair Folk, including the Children of the Evening and the Lake Sprites, and ruled over by the gruff but benevolent [[King Eiddileg]].
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'''The Kingdom of Tylwyth Teg''' was the kingdom of the [[Fair Folk]]. It was located under [[The Black Lake]] in the [[Eagle Mountains]] of northern [[Prydain]], north of [[Medwyn's Meadow|Medwyn's Valley]]. It was home to [[Doli]] and many other dwarfs and different varieties of Fair Folk, including the Children of the Evening and the Lake Sprites, and ruled over by the gruff but benevolent [[King Eiddileg]].
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The kingdom appears only in ''[[The Book of Three]]'', where it is described as a vast and beautiful subterranean land.
 
The kingdom appears only in ''[[The Book of Three]]'', where it is described as a vast and beautiful subterranean land.
 
[[Category:Places]]
 
[[Category:Places]]
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[[Category:Realms of Prydain]]

Revision as of 21:22, March 10, 2013

The Kingdom of Tylwyth Teg was the kingdom of the Fair Folk. It was located under The Black Lake in the Eagle Mountains of northern Prydain, north of Medwyn's Valley. It was home to Doli and many other dwarfs and different varieties of Fair Folk, including the Children of the Evening and the Lake Sprites, and ruled over by the gruff but benevolent King Eiddileg.

Fairy cave
File:Fairy cave2.jpg

The kingdom appears only in The Book of Three, where it is described as a vast and beautiful subterranean land.

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