Treriksrøysa between Norway, Finland and Sweden
Three-Country Cairn (Swedish Treriksröset, Finnish Kolmen valtakunnan rajapyykki) between Norway, Sweden and Finland located close Skibotn at 69 ° 03’35.9 «N 20 ° 32’55.1» E.
The monument was erected in 1897 by the Norwegian and Russian (who ruled Finland at the time) government. The Swedes did not agree on the border with the Norwegians and did not participate with its stone until 1901. This is also the northernmost point in Sweden and the westernmost point of the Finnish mainland. The westernmost point of Finland’s island market).
The trepunktsmonumentet are layers of concrete and is shaped like a flat cone, and is about 10 meters into the lake Goldajärvi. Monuments were built in 1926 and has a diameter of 4 meters.
One can now point to foot, 11 km from Kilpisjärvi in Finland. In summer one can now point by boat from Kilpisjärvi and a 3 km long walk.
Source and photo: Wikipedia.