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Finland Map and Satellite Image
Finland Bordering Countries:Norway, Sweden, Russia
Regional Maps:Map of Europe, World Map
Where is Finland?
Finland Satellite Image
Finland Information:Finland is located in northern Europe. Finland is bordered by the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Finland, and Gulf of Bothnia with Sweden to the west and Russia to the east.
Finland Cities:Espoo (Esbo), Hango (Hanko), Helsinki (Helsingfors), Ivalo, Jakobstad, Jyvaskyla, Kajaani, Kankaanpaa, Kemi, Kerava, Kokkola (Gamlakarleby), Kuopio, Lahti, Lappeenranta, Lieksa, Lohja, Mikkeli, Nokia, Oulu (Uleaborg), Pargas (Parainen), Pieksamaki, Pori, Raiso, Rauma, Rovaniemi, Salo, Savonlinna, Tampere, Turku (Abo), Uusikaupunki and Vaasa.
Finland Locations:Baltic Sea, Barents Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, Gulf of Finland, Inari, Isojarvi, Juojarvi, Kolimajarvi, Kyrosjarvi, Lake Ladoga, Lappajarvi, Miekojarvi, Muojarvi, Orivesi, Oulujarvi, Porttipahata Reservoir, Puhosjarvi, Pyhajarvi, Saimaa, Simojarvi and Vuotjarvi.
Finland Natural Resources:Metallic resources of Finland include chromite, copper, gold, iron ore, lead, silver, nickel and zinc. Other natural resources include limestone and timber.
Finland Natural Hazards:Finland can experience severe winters, especially in the northern part of the country.
Finland Environmental Issues:Environmental issues for Finland are mostly related to manufacturing and industry. The country's water pollution is from industrial wastes and agricultural chemicals. The country's air pollution is from manufacturing and power plants, which contributes to acid rain. The wildlife populations are threatened by habitat loss.
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