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1,511 Articles of interest in Finland

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  • Ähtärinjärvi

    Ähtärinjärvi is a lake in Finland. It is situated in the municipalities of Ähtäri, Alajärvi (formerly Lehtimäki) and Soini in the Southern Ostrobothnia region in western Finland.

  • Ylivieska Airfield

    Ylivieska Airfield (IATA: YLI, ICAO: EFYL) is an aerodrome located in Vähäkangas, Ylivieska, Finland, about 10 kilometres (6 mi) east-southeast of Ylivieska town centre.

  • Ylitornio railway station

    Ylitornio railway station is located in the municipality of Ylitornio in the Lapland Province of Finland. It is located about 62 kilometres (39 mi) north from Tornio railway station. The station only serves passenger traffic; most trains are hauled …

  • Vätti

    Vätti is a district of the city of Turku, in Finland. It is located to the north of the city centre. The area consists mostly of parkland, but there is also a high-density residential area in the district as well as some low-density developments.

  • Vuotjärvi

    Vuotjärvi is a medium-sized lake in Finland. It is located in the Northern Savonia region in Finland, in the municipality of Kuopio.

  • Vuosjärvi

    Vuosjärvi is a medium-sized lake of Finland in northern Central Finland, Kannonkoski and Viitasaari. The water flows from Lake Kivijärvi throgh Hilmo Power Station and the water continues to the Huopanankoski rapids. Near the power station there are…

  • Vuontisjärvi

    Vuontisjärvi (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈʋuontisˌjærʋi], Northern Sami: Vuottesjávri) is a small lake and a village located in Finnish Lapland.

  • Vuokkijärvi

    Vuokkijärvi is a medium-sized lake in the Oulujoki main catchment area. It is located in the region of Kainuu, eastern Finland. The surface level of the lake is strongly regulated due to power production.

  • Vuohijärvi

    Vuohijärvi is a medium-sized lake of Finland. It is located partly in Southern Savonia region and partly in Kymenlaakso region. It is quite deep lake compared with the other Finnish lakes. The ecological condition of the lake is good and the water i…

  • Villa Hannala

    Villa Hannala is a historic villa in Toppilansaari, Oulu, Finland. Located at Kahvelitie 1, the villa was built in 1859 for the Snellman family. Decorations and a tower were added in the 1890s. After surviving the threat of demolition, the building …

  • Veromies

    Veromies (Swedish: Skattmans) (meaning "taxman") is a city district in Vantaa, Finland, to the south of the Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, and to the west of the Tuusulanväylä highway.

  • Vasaramäki

    Vasaramäki (Swedish: Hammarbacka) is a district in the Uittamo-Skanssi ward of the city of Turku, in Finland. It is located to the southeast of the city centre, and is mainly a low-density residential suburb.

  • Varkaus railway station

    The Varkaus railway station (abbrev. Var) is located in the town of Varkaus, Finland, in the province of Northern Savonia. The distance from the Helsinki Central railway station is 424.7 kilometres, via the Pieksämäki and Kouvola stations. By rail, …

  • Varistaipale canal

    Varistaipale canal (Finnish: Varistaipaleen kanava) is a Finnish canal in Heinävesi. It is another of the canals which connects Juojärvi to Varisvesi. The canal is a part of Heinävesi route (Heinäveden reitti), a route with six canals: Kerma, Vihovu…

  • Vahvajärvi

    Vahvajärvi is a lake in Hirvensalmi, Finland. It is a medium-sized lake in the Kymijoki main catchment area. It is located in the region of Southern Savonia.

  • Vaalajärvi

    Vaalajärvi is a medium-sized lake in the Kemijoki main catchment area. It is located in Sodankylä municipality in the region Lapland in Finland.

  • VI District, Turku

    The VI District is the northernmost of the central districts of Turku, Finland. It is located on the west side of the river Aura, to the east of Aurakatu. It forms part of the city's central business district, hosting a large proportion of the city'…

  • Uskelanjoki

    Uskelanjoki is a river of Finland. It flows into the Archipelago Sea through the town of Salo. The course of the river follows a large, NE–SW oriented bedrock fracture line which begins from the river estuary in Halikonlahti bay and goes up through …