Kajaani Airport (IATA: KAJ, ICAO: EFKI) is an airport in Paltaniemi, Kajaani, Finland, approximately 7 kilometres (4 mi) northwest of Kajaani city centre.
Latitude and longitude of Kajaani
Kajaani (Swedish: Kajana) is a town and municipality in Finland. It is the center and capital of the Kainuu region. It is located southeast of Oulujärvi (Lake Oulu), which drains to the Gulf of Bothnia along the Oulujoki (river Oulu).
Latitude: 64° 13' 38.21" N
Longitude: 27° 43' 42.46" E
Articles of interest in Kajaani
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The Kajaani castle (Finnish: Kajaanin linna, Swedish: Kajaneborg, Kajaneborgs slott, or with older spelling Cajanaborg) was built on the Ämmäkoski island of the Kajaani river in the centre of Kajaani, Finland, in the 17th century.
Oulujärvi (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈouluˌjærʋi], Swedish: Ule träsk) is a large lake in Finland located in the Kainuu. With the area of 928 square kilometres (358 sq mi) it is the fifth largest lake in the country. The lake drained by the Oulu River…
Jormua is a very old village ashore the lake of Oulujärvi in the town of Kajaani, Finland.
Vuolijoki is a former municipality in Finland.
Vuokatti Radio and TV-Mast is a mast in Vuokatti, Finland.
Otanmäki is a village to the south-west of Kajaani, Finland.
The Kajaani railway station was built from 1904 to 1905, when the railway from Iisalmi to Kajaani was completed as an extension to the Savonia railroad. The station building was designed by Gustaf Nyström.
The Alassalmi Ferry is a cable ferry linking Manamansalo island and mainland, across the Alassalmi strait on lake Oulujärvi, in Finland.
Pohjavaara is a village in the municipality of Sotkamo in Kainuu, Finland. There are many organic farmers in village and the village is particularly known its potatoes.
Mulkkusaaret (literally translates to Dick Islands or Penis Islands) is a group of three small islands and one rock in lake Oulujärvi in the Paltamo municipality in Finland.
Kiehimänjoki is a river of Finland. It flows for 16 kilometres. The river begins from lake Iijärvi in Paltamo in Kainuu region and ends to the lake Oulujärvi, from which the waters flow through the Oulujoki River into the Gulf of Bothnia.
The Kajaani (Finnish: Kajaaninjoki; Swedish: Kajana älv) is a river in the Province of Oulu and in the region of Kainuu, Finland.
Jormasjärvi is a lake in Sotkamo, eastern Finland.