Sevettijärvi (Northern Sami: Čeavetjávri and Skolt Sami: Čeˊvetjäuˊrr) is a village in the municipality of Inari, Finland approximately 120 kilometres (75 mi) north of downtown Inari. Näätämö, as it is known on the Finnish side of the Norwegian border, is approximately 35 kilometres (22 mi) away. The village’s green, yet stark terrain opens up as Näätämö approaches. The village is built on what used to be the sea floor during the Ice Age. The rocky shores of the lakes between Sevettijärvi and Näätämö draw the attention of passers-by. These shores are referred to as the “devil’s fields” by locals.