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Mndandanda wa misumba yaku Finland

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Pano pali mazina gha misumba ya ku Finland. Mu 1977, boma likamazga mphambano pakati pa matawuni na matawuni. Mazuŵa ghano, vyose ivi ni vikaya, ndipo vinyake vikuchemeka misumba. Msumba uliwose ukuŵa na wanangwa wa kusankha usange uzamuchemeka msumba panji msumba.

kweni suurkaupunki (~ msumba ukuru) ŵakugwiliskira nchito ku misumba yicoko waka mu Finland. Ivi vikukolerana na umo EU yikulongosolera msumba, uwo uli na ŵanthu ŵakukwana 50,000 na ŵanthu 500 pa kilomita yimoza. Para boma la msumba (kunta) lazomera waka kuzenga tawuni (kaupunki) pakukhumbikwira waka fundo yakufuma ku boma. Ku misumba iyo yikaŵako pambere 1960 yindafike, ndondomeko iyi yikusazgapo caka ico msumba uwu ukalembeka.

Mu Finland muli maboma ghanandi agho ghasazgikamo (pakuti boma la Finland lili kunozga vyakuti maboma ghaŵiri ghaŵe pamoza). Para ŵanthu ŵasazgikana, chikuŵa chakusuzga kuti ŵamanye uko kuli misumba chifukwa ŵanthu ŵakusazgikira pachoko, kweni ŵakusazgikira. Mwaciyelezgero, kuyana na umo EU yikulongosolera, tawuni ya Tampere njumoza yayi cifukwa cakuti tawuni iyi yikasazgikana na tawuni za Messukylä, Aitolahti, na Teisko. Ku Finland, chigaŵa chose icho chili mukati mwa tawuni chikuchemeka msumba.

Zina ilo likugwiliskirika nchito mu buku ili kanandi likuŵa mu Cifinishi panji Cizungu, kupaturako para kuli zina la Cingelezi.

Misumba[lemba | kulemba source]

Map of Finland
Helsinki
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Vantaa
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Zina la ku Finland Zina la ku Sweden Urban area Kusangika Population[1]
Akaa[lower-alpha 1] Ackas 2007 16,709
Alajärvi 1986 9,752
Alavus Alavo 1977 11,611
Espoo Esbo Helsinki 1972 281,866
Forssa 1964 17,079
Haapajärvi 1977 7,178
Haapavesi 1996 6,895
Hamina Fredrikshamn 1653 20,410
Hanko Hangö 1874 8,448
Harjavalta Pori 1977 7,076
Heinola 1839 19,007
Helsinki Helsingfors Helsinki 1550 648,650
Huittinen Vittis 1977 10,140
Hyvinkää Hyvinge 1960 46,622
Hämeenlinna Tavastehus 1639 67,713
Iisalmi Idensalmi 1891 21,546
Ikaalinen Ikalis 1977 7,037
Imatra 1971 27,035
Pietarsaari Jakobstad 1652 19,303
Joensuu 1848 76,228
Jyväskylä 1837 140,812
Jämsä[lower-alpha 2] 1977 20,764
Järvenpää Träskända Helsinki 1967 43,170
Kaarina S:t Karins Turku 1993 33,335
Kajaani Kajana 1651 37,039
Kalajoki 1865 12,446
Kangasala Tampere 2018 31,815
Kankaanpää 1972 11,506
Kannus 1986 5,496
Karkkila Högfors 1977 8,804
Kaskinen Kaskö 1785 1,275
Kauhajoki 2001 13,441
Kauhava 1986 16,159
Kauniainen Grankulla Helsinki 1972 9,577
Kemi 1869 21,019
Kemijärvi 1973 7,410
Kerava Kervo Helsinki 1970 36,174
Keuruu Keuru 1986 9,858
Kitee Kides 1992 10,382
Kiuruvesi 1993 8,196
Kokemäki Kumo Pori 1977 7,300
Kokkola Karleby 1620 47,723
Kotka 1878 53,110
Kouvola[lower-alpha 3] 1960 83,600
Kristiinankaupunki Kristinestad 1649 6,605
Kuhmo 1986 8,377
Kuopio[lower-alpha 4] 1775 118,434
Kurikka 1977 21,050
Kuusamo 2000 15,219
Lahti Lahtis 1905 119,999
Laitila Letala 1986 8,658
Lappeenranta[lower-alpha 5] Villmanstrand 1649 72,801
Lapua Lappo 1977 14,545
Lieksa 1973 11,157
Lohja Lojo 1969 46,490
Loimaa 1969 16,106
Loviisa Lovisa 1745 14,968
Maarianhamina Mariehamn 1861 11,769
Mikkeli S:t Michel 1838 53,983
Mänttä-Vilppula[lower-alpha 6] 2009 10,062
Naantali Nådendal Turku 1443 19,168
Nivala 1992 10,764
Nokia Tampere 1977 33,403
Nurmes 1974 7,675
Uusikaarlepyy Nykarleby 1620 7,476
Närpiö Närpes 1993 9,503
Orimattila 1992 16,071
Orivesi 1986 9,221
Oulainen 1977 7,457
Oulu Uleåborg 1605 202,753
Outokumpu 1977 6,825
Paimio Pemar Turku 1997 10,784
Parainen Pargas Turku 1977 15,261
Parkano 1977 6,519
Pieksämäki 1962 18,039
Pori Björneborg Pori 1558 84,566
Porvoo Borgå 1346 50,224
Pudasjärvi 2004 8,033
Pyhäjärvi[lower-alpha 7] 1993 5,282
Raahe Brahestad 1649 24,852
Raasepori Raseborg[lower-alpha 8] 2009 27,792
Raisio Reso Turku 1974 24,219
Rauma Raumo 1442 39,401
Riihimäki 1960 28,835
Rovaniemi 1960 62,667
Saarijärvi 1986 9,509
Salo 1960 52,580
Sastamala[lower-alpha 9] 2009 24,727
Savonlinna Nyslott 1639 33,866
Seinäjoki 1960 63,072
Somero 1993 8,859
Suonenjoki 1977 7,179
Tampere Tammerfors Tampere 1779 234,441
Tornio Torneå 1621 21,912
Turku Åbo Turku 1200–1300 190,935
Ulvila Ulvsby Pori 1365 to 1558, later 2000 13,074
Uusikaupunki Nystad 1617 15,737
Vaasa Vasa 1606 67,465
Valkeakoski 1963 21,199
Vantaa Vanda Helsinki 1974 226,160
Varkaus 1962 20,956
Viitasaari 1996 6,295
Virrat Virdois 1977 6,756
Ylivieska 1971 15,205
Ylöjärvi Tampere 2004 33,034
Ähtäri Etseri 1986 5,788
Äänekoski[lower-alpha 10] 1973 18,971

Wonaniso[lemba | kulemba source]

Vyakulemba[lemba | kulemba source]

  1. Administrative center is the locality of Toijala, which became a city in 1977.
  2. Includes a former city of Jämsänkoski, which became a city in 1986.
  3. Includes former cities of Anjalankoski and Kuusankoski, which became cities in 1977 and 1973, respectively.
  4. Includes former cities of Juankoski and Nilsiä, both became cities in 1998.
  5. Includes a former city of Joutseno, which became a city in 2009.
  6. Administrative center is the locality of Mänttä, which became a city in 1973.
  7. Administrative center is the locality of Pyhäsalmi, the city also carried this name from 1993 to 1996.
  8. Administrative center is the locality of Ekenäs (founded in 1546), also includes a former city of Karis (became a city in 1977).
  9. Administrative center is the locality of Vammala, which became a city in 1965.
  10. Includes a former city of Suolahti, which became a city in 1977.

Ukaboni[lemba | kulemba source]

  1. "Preliminary population structure by area, 2022M01*-2023M02*". StatFin (in Finnish). Statistics Finland. Retrieved 4 April 2023.

Vigaŵa vya kuwalo[lemba | kulemba source]

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