New Eiffel–United Kingdom North Border
|New Eiffel-United Kingdom North Border|
|Length||68.2 metres (224 feet)|
|Established||4 January 2018|
|Claimed by the Republic of New Finland|
|Current shape||8 May 2019|
|Disestablished||1 November 2020|
|Dissolution of New Eiffel|
The New Eiffel–United Kingdom North Border was the north border of four international borders based on the four cardinal directions (points of the compass) between the Principality of New Eiffel and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, in which New Eiffel was completely enclaved. It was about 68.2 metres (224 feet) long. Just like the South Border, the North Border consisted of a border fence (barrier) for its entire length with no border crossings. This was due to it being adjacent to private property on the British side. The border fronted all three cities of New Eiffel—New Leeds, Plitvice and the capital Új Repülő (east to west).
A description of the course of the border in New Eiffel, from east to west. The border, running almost completely straight, began in New Leeds at a corner with the New Eiffel–United Kingdom East Border. The border fence fronting XCUT Therapy Parking, a parking lot of the eponymous business, was a large hedgerow and two trees for about 10.7 metres (35 feet), after which it became a wooden fence for about 8.1 metres (26 feet). During its final 6.1 metres (20 feet), it fronted New Leeds Alley between XCUT Therapy of the Main Building.
The border fence ended at Worker's Street in Seat Square, with a private brick shed on the British side serving as the de facto barrier for a brief 3.8 metres (12 feet), after which the wooden border fence resumed for the remainder of the border. The border was then fronted by New Eiffel Gardens—later entering Plitvice—for the garden's entire distance of 22 metres (72 feet), after which it entered the capital Új Repülő. The Main Route 1 road followed the border for much of this length. It later fronted Walkway Alley with New Eiffel School for some 17 metres (55 feet), before finally ending at a corner with the New Eiffel–United Kingdom West Border.
The hedgerow portion of the border
New Leeds Alley, showing the 8.1-metre (26 feet) long border fence and private brick shed that served as the de facto barrier
The border had been the north border of the micronation and all of its predecessor states since the Republic of New Finland first claimed the area on 4 January 2018, through the Kingdom of New Finland on 4 June and finally New Eiffel on 11 August 2018. The wooden portion of the border fence was spray painted grey in late February 2019. The borer was redefined in a minor territorial change on 8 May. Throughout its entire existence, the border had no border crossings, due to it being adjacent to private property on the British side. New Eiffel later dissolved on 1 November 2020, and thus the border was dissolved as well.