The hill of Alkkianvuori consists of red granite that formed 1900 million years ago deep underneath an ancient mountain range. After millions of years of erosion, the granite was exposed to the surface. Today granite is the most common stone in Finland and also the national stone of the country.

Nearby attractions: The ancient beach formations of Alkkianvuori, Forested scenery, Raatosulkonneva mire, Raatosulkonneva from above, Seasonal wetland

Coordinates (WGS84): 62.16490, 22.86333

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Keywords: 360-image, Granite, Info content, Geosite