Kälviä

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Location of Kälviä in Finland

Kälviä (Swedish: Kelviå) is a former municipality of Finland. Kälviä was consolidated with the city of Kokkola on 2009-01-01.

It is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Central Ostrobothnia region. The former municipality had a population of 4,475 (2003) and covered an area of 682.36 km2 (263.46 sq mi) of which 14.68 km2 (5.67 sq mi) was water. The population density was 6.6 inhabitants per square kilometer (17.1/mi²).

The former municipality was unilingually Finnish.

Villages[edit]

Honkimaa, Jatkojoki, Jokikylä, Karhulahti, Kleemola, Kälviä, Miekkoja, Nissi, Passoja, Peitso, Peltokorpi, Porkola, Riippa, Ridankylä, Rimpilä, Ruotsalo, Vuollet, Välikylä, Rita.

Distances:

Kokkola center: 16 km
Oulu: 161 km
Vaasa: 125 km
Helsinki: 419 km
Tampere: 270 km
Turku:386 km

External links[edit]

Media related to Kälviä at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 63°51′40″N 23°27′10″E / 63.86111°N 23.45278°E / 63.86111; 23.45278