National Geographic : 1919 Apr
WHERE RUSSIA AND NORWAY MEET: THE WESTERN EXTREMITY OF THE MURMAN COAST At the mouth of the Pasvik River the two houses, the church, and the Lapp huts in the left foreground comprise the most westerly Russian settlement on the Murman Coast. The town is known as Boris Glob and is located on one square mile of Russian ground in Nor wegian territory, this part of the coast having been given to Norway, with the exception of Boris Glob, in the treaty of 1825. Photographs by Nathalie Loubovitsky AT THE OTHER END OF TIE MURMAN: ON THE SHORES OF THE WHITE SEA A Russian town which is inhabited almost exclusively by trading people and fishermen. In the summer-time it is practically deserted, as the fisher-folk journey westward to the vari ous settlements on the Murman Coast. This photograph was taken at midnight in June.