Marker at the China-Russia-North Korea border convergence, erected in 1886 by Wu Dacheng, the imperial envoy of the Qing Dynasty, and the representative of tsarist Russia. The marker is a visual manifestation of the 1886 Sino-Russian border treaty, which continued to allow Chinese ships to enter the Sea of Japan from Hunchun on the Tumen River.

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