Place with a historical narrative

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A point in the terrain that involves old stories and / or traditional information.


Places with historical narratives/story places are natural objects such as rocks, cliffs, trees, woodlands, water bodies, land areas, etc. that involve genetic information or stories of various events and customs. Places may not have any man-made markings or structures.


A stone at the site of Langinkoski, Kotka, Finland. A story tells that the Russian Emperor Alexander the III used to climb up tp the top of the stone to look at the landscape and to relax. Copyright: S. Tikkanen.