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Sub-regions of Finland

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politics and government of
Finland

Finland is divided into 70 sub-regional units[1] (Finnish: seutukunta, Swedish: ekonomisk region). The sub-regions are formed by groups of municipalities within the 19 regions of Finland. The sub-regions represent a LAU 1 level of division used in conjunction with the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics.

Contents

  • Sub-regions grouped by regions 1
    • Lapland (1) 1.1
    • Northern Ostrobothnia (2) 1.2
    • Kainuu (3) 1.3
    • North Karelia (4) 1.4
    • Northern Savonia (5) 1.5
    • Southern Savonia (6) 1.6
    • Southern Ostrobothnia (7) 1.7
    • Ostrobothnia (8) 1.8
    • Pirkanmaa (9) 1.9
    • Satakunta (10) 1.10
    • Central Ostrobothnia (11) 1.11
    • Central Finland (12) 1.12
    • Southwest Finland (13) 1.13
    • South Karelia (14) 1.14
    • Päijänne Tavastia (15) 1.15
    • Tavastia Proper (16) 1.16
    • Uusimaa (17 and 18) 1.17
    • Kymenlaakso (19) 1.18
    • Åland (20) 1.19
  • External links 2
  • References 3

Sub-regions grouped by regions

Regions of Finland

Lapland (1)

Northern Ostrobothnia (2)

Kainuu (3)

North Karelia (4)

Northern Savonia (5)

Southern Savonia (6)

Southern Ostrobothnia (7)

Ostrobothnia (8)

Pirkanmaa (9)

Satakunta (10)

Central Ostrobothnia (11)

Central Finland (12)

Southwest Finland (13)

South Karelia (14)

Päijänne Tavastia (15)

Tavastia Proper (16)

Uusimaa (17 and 18)

Kymenlaakso (19)

Åland (20)

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

References

  1. ^ Statistics Finland - Sub-regional units 2013
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