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  1. This is a listing in alphabetical order of the 309 municipalities in Finland as of 2021. [1] Note that there are 114 municipalities that have both a Finnish and a Swedish name. Those municipalities are listed by the name in the local majority language, with the name in the other national language provided in parenthesis.

  2. There are 44,136 inhabitants in Nurmijärvi, the largest kunta in Finland, and 1,288 inhabitants in Kaskinen, the smallest kaupunki, so the kunta–kaupunki categorisation mainly concerns the name of the municipality. The areas of the municipalities vary, as the population is the primary criterion for forming a municipality.

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  4. For example, according to the EU definition, Tampere is no longer a city, due to the municipal mergers with Messukylä, Aitolahti, and Teisko, which decreased its official population density to 410.5 inhabitants per square kilometer, as of 1 July 2012. In Finland, the whole area inside a municipality's borders is officially considered the city ...

  5. Impilahti (Imbilax) – was lost to the USSR in 1944, currently part of Pitkyaranta Iniö – consolidated with Houtskär, Korpo, Nagu and Pargas to form Väståboland. Renamed in 2011 to Pargas J [ edit] Jaakkima – was lost to the USSR in 1944 Jaala – consolidated with Kouvola in 2009 Jalasjärvi – consolidated with Kurikka in 2016

  6. I removed the links to "1 E6 m²","1 E7 m²", etc. definitions. It is not relevant to the subject of this page (list of municipalities) and breaks the uniformity of the list. If you disagree please explain. 67.69.13.58 20:44, 29 September 2006 (UTC) Reply . The list is way outdated --82.182.117.39 12:40, 8 January 2009 (UTC) Reply

  7. Dec 09, 2021 · English: Languages of Finnish municipalities as of 2016. Legend: unilingually Finnish. bilingual with Finnish as majority language, Swedish as minority language. bilingual with Swedish as majority language, Finnish as minority language. unilingually Swedish. bilingual with Finnish as majority language, Sami as minority language.

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