Soisalo

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Soisalo is commonly regarded as the largest island of Finland. Whilst it is an area of land surrounded by water (the lakes Kallavesi, Unnukka, Suvasvesi and Kermajärvi), as the lakes are narrow in places they are more like rivers, and thus there is an argument that it is not a true island.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tapani Sarjakoski (1996). "20 How many lakes, rivers and islands are there in Finland?". In Peter A. Burrough and Andrew U. Frank. Geographic Objects with Indeterminate Boundaries. Taylor & Francis. p. 304. Retrieved 1 November 2014. 

Coordinates: 62°23′N 28°13′E / 62.383°N 28.217°E / 62.383; 28.217