Kiiminkijoki

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Kiiminki River railway bridge, Haukipudas, Finland.jpg

Kiiminkijoki is a river of Finland in the region of Northern Ostrobothnia. It flows for 170 kilometres (110 mi)[1] into the Gulf of Bothnia.

Among the most impressive rapids on the river are Kalliuskoski in Puolanka, Kurimonkoski in Utajärvi, and Koitelinkoski in Kiiminki, Oulu.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Kiiminkijoki". Kiiminkijoki ry. Retrieved 28 December 2015. 

Coordinates: 65°12′07″N 25°17′03″E / 65.2019°N 25.2842°E / 65.2019; 25.2842