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Norwegian-Swedish (NO/SE) Boundary Marker 259A

Click on the image to get up a high-resolution map image! Photo: Ketil Stavdal.

Border marker no 259A at the Norwegian-Swedish border is located 2 km north-northeast of bm 259, but more than 100 m higher, at about 940 metres above sealevel. The man at the marker is Mr Ketil Stavdal, a secondary school teacher, mountain climber and photographer from the nearby city of Harstad, Norway.


Bm 259A is a middle marker and was erected in 1930. This side of the top stone is facing Norway.  Photo: Ketil Stavdal.

This page was last time updated 02/03/12 .