Sub-regions of Finland

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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.

Sub-regions grouped by regions[edit]

Regions of Finland

Lapland (1)[edit]

Northern Ostrobothnia (2)[edit]

Kainuu (3)[edit]

North Karelia (4)[edit]

Northern Savonia (5)[edit]

Southern Savonia (6)[edit]

Southern Ostrobothnia (7)[edit]

Ostrobothnia (8)[edit]

Pirkanmaa (9)[edit]

Satakunta (10)[edit]

Central Ostrobothnia (11)[edit]

Central Finland (12)[edit]

Finland Proper (13)[edit]

South Karelia (14)[edit]

Päijänne Tavastia (15)[edit]

Tavastia Proper (16)[edit]

Uusimaa (17 and 18)[edit]

Kymenlaakso (19)[edit]

Åland (20)[edit]

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