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Kuhankuono
Finland

The border stone "Kuhankuono" which according to records was placed here at least 600 years ago. It is the best known visitor attraction in the Kurjenrahka National Park. It is easily accessible from the parking area nearby, and is located on a small wooded islet surrounded by the bogs. Photographed in April 2012, when only patches of winter snow were still left.

Copyright: Antti kallio
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Geüpload: 21/04/2012
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