Bridges of Highway 4 across Iijoki.
|Main source||Iijärvi, Kuusamo|
|River mouth||Gulf of Bothnia, Ii
|Basin size||14,191 km2 (5,479 sq mi)|
|Length||370 km (230 mi)|
Iijoki is a river of Finland in the region of Northern Ostrobothnia. The river has many tributaries. It flows for 370 kilometres (230 mi) into the Gulf of Bothnia. Some of its main tributaries are Siuruanjoki and Livojoki. It has about 150 rapids.
- Facta (encyclopedia) part 6, page 390, finnish
Kalle Päätalo has written 26-part novel; Juuret Iijoen törmässä.
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