Orrdalsklint

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Orrdalsklint, at 129.1 metres (423.6 ft) above sea level,[1] is the highest point on the autonomous region of Åland Islands in Finland.[2] The hill is located in the municipality of Saltvik, some 7 kilometers Northeast of the town center.

An observation tower and a cabin for hikers are located on the top. They were built during World War II for air observation.[2]

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  1. ^ Kansalaisen karttapaikka National Land Survey of Finland. Retrieved 16 December 2013.
  2. ^ a b Ålands högsta berg – Orrdalsklint Archived 2013-12-15 at Archive.today Museibyrån. (in Swedish). Retrieved 16 December 2013.

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Coordinates: 60°19′41″N 20°7′15″E / 60.32806°N 20.12083°E / 60.32806; 20.12083