|Forkortet: Maps of the region described are given on pp.106 and 107. The second forms a continuation to the South of the first. The parallel og 60\u00B0 30' N goes over the tract. The area belongs to the coastal plain, which is about 50 m high in the northern part and 60 m high in the Southern part. On gets the impression that it is here a plain of marine denudation. The plateau is in a complicated way intersected by a numberless amount of small sounds, inlets and valleys, also these are probably to a certain extent a result of the sea's work, when the coastal plain was risen. Some isolated mountains of moderate size rise above the plateau in its Southern half. The contour here for 100 m above the sea marks their places on the map. Glacial striae were observed only in the Southern third part. It is possible, that only this area has been acted upon by the glaciers during the last stage of the ice period. The dominant rock is Archaean gneiss, which has been crumpled and has got a texture of stretching parallel to the axes of folding. The lines of stretching have within the whole region a decided tendency to be parallel dipping with a small angle (10\u00B0-20\u00B0) to the ESE.