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Amount of active RouteXperts (worldwide)
1407
Amount of routes reviewed by RouteXperts (worldwide)
62546
Amount of downloaded routes (worldwide)
1609
Amount of visits (Finland)
15
Amount of routes verified by RouteXperts (Finland)
26
Amount of downloaded routes (Finland)
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574.68
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15.34
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Finnmark Open region
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Finnmark ([ˈfɪ̀nnmɑrk] (listen); Northern Sami: Finnmárku; Kven: Finmarku; Finnish: Ruija) is a former county in the northern part of Norway. It was dissolved on 1 January 2020 when it was merged with the neighboring county of Troms to form the new Troms og Finnmark county. By land, it bordered Troms county to the west, Finland (Lapland region) to the south, and Russia (Murmansk Oblast) to the east, and by water, the Norwegian Sea (Atlantic Ocean) to the northwest, and the Barents Sea (Arctic Ocean) to the north and northeast. The county was formerly known as Finmarkens amt or Vardøhus amt. Starting in 2002, it had two official names: Finnmark (Norwegian) and Finnmárku (Northern Sami). It was part of the Sápmi region, which spans four countries, as well as the Barents Region, and is the largest and least populated county of Norway. Situated at the northernmost part of continental Europe, where the Norwegian coastline swings eastward, Finnmark is an area "where East meets West," in culture as well as in nature and geography. Vardø, the easternmost municipality in Norway, is located farther east than the cities of St. Petersburg and Istanbul.
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38.69
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Lapland Open region
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Lapland may refer to:
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533.67
Kilometers
14.88
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Noord Savonie Open region
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Most regions and provinces of Europe have alternative names in different languages. Some regions have also undergone name changes for political or other reasons. This article attempts to give all known alternative names for all major European regions, provinces, and territories. It also includes some lesser regions that are important because of their location or history. This article does not offer any opinion about what the "original", "official", "real", or "correct" name of any region is or was. Regions are (mostly) listed alphabetically by their current best-known name in English, which does not necessarily match the title of the corresponding article. The English version is followed by variants in other languages, in alphabetical order by name, and then by any historical variants and former names. Foreign names that are the same as their English equivalents may be listed.
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48.79
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Zuud Savonie Open region
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526.53
Kilometers
15.18
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Pirkanmaa Open region
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Pirkanmaa (Swedish: Birkaland, also known as Tampere Region in government documents; Latin: Birkaria), is a region of Finland. It borders the regions of Satakunta, South Ostrobothnia, Central Finland, Päijät-Häme, Kanta-Häme and Southwest Finland. Most of the water area in the Kokemäki River watershed is located in the Pirkanmaa region, although Lake Vanajavesi is partly in the Kanta-Häme region. The region got its name from Pirkkala, which in the Middle Ages comprised most of present-day Pirkanmaa. Tampere is the regional center and capital of Pirkanmaa, and at the same time the largest city in the region. The total population of Pirkanmaa was 520,532 on 30 September 2020, which makes it the second largest among Finland's regions after Uusimaa. The population density is well over twice the Finnish average, and most of its population is largely concentrated in the Tampere sub-region.
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768.43
Kilometers
23.45
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Centraal Finland Open region
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Central stations or central railway stations emerged in the second half of the nineteenth century as railway stations that had initially been built on the edge of city centres were enveloped by urban expansion and became an integral part of the city centres themselves. As a result, "Central Station" is often, but not always, part of the proper name for a railway station that is the central or primary railway hub for a city.
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244.76
Kilometers
6.89
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Zuud Karelie Open region
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719.86
Kilometers
16.01
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Paijat Hame Open region
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Päijänne Tavastia or, officially, Päijät-Häme (Finnish: Päijät-Häme; Swedish: Päijänne-Tavastland) is a region in Southern Finland south of the lake Päijänne. It borders the regions of Uusimaa, Tavastia Proper (Kanta-Häme), Pirkanmaa, Central Finland, South Savo and Kymenlaakso. The biggest city in the region is Lahti.
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256.06
Kilometers
5.57
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Kanta Hame Open region
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Kanta-Häme, sometimes referred to as Tavastia Proper (obsolete name) (Finnish: Kanta-Häme; Swedish: Egentliga Tavastland) is a region (maakunta / landskap) of Finland. The region is also sometimes called the Häme region. It borders the regions of Southwest Finland, Pirkanmaa, Päijät-Häme, and Uusimaa. Hämeenlinna is the largest urban area in the region. There are two other municipalities that have township status: Riihimäki and Forssa.
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224.5
Kilometers
4.46
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Uusimaa Open region
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Uusimaa (Finnish: [ˈuːsimɑː]; Swedish: Nyland, Finland Swedish: [ˈnyːlɑnd], Sweden Swedish: [ˈny̌ːland]; both lit. "new land") is a region of Finland. It borders the regions of Southwest Finland, Tavastia Proper (Kanta-Häme), Päijänne Tavastia (Päijät-Häme), and Kymenlaakso. Finland's capital and largest city, Helsinki, along with the surrounding Greater Helsinki area, are both contained in the region, and Uusimaa is Finland's most populous region. The population of Uusimaa is 1,703,649.
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224.5
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4.46
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Kymenlaakso Open region
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Kymenlaakso (literally Kymi Valley) (Swedish: Kymmenedalen) is a region in Finland. It borders the regions of Uusimaa, Päijät-Häme, South Savo and South Karelia and Russia (Leningrad Oblast). Its name means literally The Valley of River Kymi. Kymijoki is one of the biggest rivers in Finland with a drainage basin with 11% of the area of Finland. The city of Kotka with 51,000 inhabitants is located at the delta of River Kymi and has the most important import harbour in Finland. Other cities are Kouvola further in the inland which has after a municipal merger 81,000 inhabitants and the old bastion town Hamina. Kymenlaakso was one of the first industrialized regions of Finland. It became the most important region for paper and pulp industry in Finland. Since the late 1900s many plants have closed, which has caused some deindustrialization, unemployment and population decline in Kymenlaakso, especially in those communes that were built around plants such as Myllykoski in Kouvola.
R01 Helsinki to Mantyharju
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R02 Mantyharju to Puumala
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R03 Roundtrip Puumala
13-01-2021
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R04 Puumala to Kuopio
10-01-2021
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R15 Roundtour Sirkka to North Cape part 1
27-01-2021
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R16 Roundtour Sirkka to North Cape part 2
27-01-2021
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R18 Roundtour Sirkka to North Cape part 4
27-01-2021
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R19 Roundtour Sirkka to North Cape part 5
06-03-2021
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R06 Roundtrip Pieksamaki
13-01-2021
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R05 Kuopio to Pieksamaki
10-01-2021
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