Category talk:Boundary stones by country

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Are boundary stones "in" any single geographical entity? Surely by definition a boundary stone stands on a boundary and must be in (partially) at least two countries/states etc. For stones marking international boundaries would it not be more accurate for a category to be "Boundary stones between A and B", e.g. "Boundary stones between Italy and France". Alternatively such a stone would have to be in at least two different countries' categories. --TraceyR (talk) 07:57, 11 September 2011 (UTC)