As politicians meet in Europe to discuss border controls, campaigners in Norway has proposed moving its own border west â€“ to give their neighbours in Finland a mountain.
A social media campaign launched by Bjorn Geirr Harsson, a retired employee of the Norwegian Mapping Authority, suggests Norway could shift its eastern border 20 metres (66 feet) so that the Halti mountain peak could become part of Finland.
The proposal was intended as a gift to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Finland’s independence in 2017.
“We would not have to give away any part of Norway. It would barely be noticeable,” said Mr Harsson, 75, speaking to the Norweigian website, The Local. â€œAnd Iâ€™m sure the Finns would greatly appreciate getting it.â€
The Halti is only 1,365m (4,479ft) tall, placing it well out of the list of Norway’s top 200 highest peaks.
But Finland has no mountain peaks of its own, so even the Haltiâ€™s lowest slopes would become Finland’s highest peak.
Halti is actually more of a fell (a mountain plateau) than a peak, but it is still a nice gesture.