This symmetric property associates an instance of E53 Place with another instance of E53 Place which shares a part of its border.
This property is purely spatial. It does not imply that the phenomena that define, by their extent, places related by P122 borderswith have ever shared a respective border at the same time or even coexisted. In particular, this may be the case when the respective common border is formed by a natural feature.
This property is not transitive. This property is symmetric
Scotland (E53) borders with England (E53) (Crofton, 2015)