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Encyclopedia > Cities of Finland


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This is a list of towns in Finland. In the year 1977 the juridical difference between cities, towns and municipalities were removed. Today only municipalities are recognized, some of which are commonly referred to as Finnish, stad in Swedish). For towns founded before the 1960s the list includes the year the town was chartered. The town names used in the English Wikipedia are usually the Finnish forms, except where noted.


Towns (founded)

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  • Map (http://www.world-gazetteer.com/s/p_fi.htm)





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