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Bordermarkers 600-602

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Bm600

Photographed on
20030819
(more pictures at that page)
Bm600

Photographed on
20060424
Bm600

Photographed on
20080410
(more pictures at that page)
Bm600

Photographed on
20090320
Bm600

Photographed on
20110321
(more pictures at that page)
Bm601

Photographed on
20030819
(more pictures at that page)
Bm601

Photographed on
20080410
(more pictures at that page)
Bm601

Photographed on
20090320
Bm601

Photographed on
20140913
(more pictures at that page)
Bm601bis

Photographed on
20080410
(more pictures at that page)

This one is not mentioned in the Procès-Verbal. In the proceedings of a meeting of Commission Mixte d'Abornement in 2002, we read that this one was placed in 1998 by the community of Cerbère.

Bm601bis

Photographed on
20090320
(more pictures at that page)
Bm601bis

Photographed on
20140913
(more pictures at that page)
Bm602 - the cave from far.

Move the cursor over the picture to see the approximate borderline and the spot of the cave.


Photographed on
20030819
Bm602 - the northern entrance of the cave. At that time I didn't know that there are two entrances.

Photographed on
20090320
(more pictures at that page)


Bm602

Photographed on
20110521
(a lot more pictures at that page, even a video)

Hereunder the pictures I received earlier from others of bm602 and its access.

I was very happy to receive in june 2010 from Alain Laridon pictures of his voyage by boat to bm602, undertaken in 2009.

See also Alain's webpage

He's approaching the cave on this picture.  What struck me was that you can look right through the cave! It has two entrances, so I discoverd.
Charles and Josette Darrieu visited the cave in 2009.

They sailed from Port Bou (Spain) to the cave.
And show were they landed with the boat.

Back to Alain's pictures. 
We're in the cave now, the shiny tile left is the newer  bm602

And here Alain is  proudly posing before the two markers, the old painted one and

this newer tile.



This view is taken from Google Earth. We're looking from east to west, the borderline indicated by the blue line.

And this is a zoomin with a little digital colouring up.


And finally this satellite-map taken from Géoportail.

By the way, Géoportail shows a straight borderline between bm601bis and bm602 and that's not the ridge leading between them.
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