Finnish – Norwegian
Border Marker Data Sheets
are links to the 736 km long Finnish Norwegian border marker data sheets (Finnish and
Norwegian languaged only). The lowest numbers are in the west (at FINOSE
tripoint – the world's northernmost) and the last markers are at FINORU
tripoint in the east. Most of these markers were
originally a part of the pre-1809 Norwegian-Swedish (NOSE) border and the
numbering is therefore a continuation of the present NOSE border marker numbering. The
cairns are located in two separated areas; the western area from the FINOSE
tripoint until 342A, and the eastern area from 343 until FINORU tripoint.
Between 342A and 343 along River Tana and its tributaries, there is no regular border
but several king stones (small unnumbered stones with royal monograms,
located on both sides of the river but not always paired). The river border
follows the thalweg.