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Central Finland, Finland

Central Finland is one of 18 primary administrative regions in Finland with a population of approximately 275,320 people.

Facts and figures on Central Finland at a glance

Region name: Central Finland (Keski-Suomi)
Status: Primary administrative region
Population: 275,320 people
Country: Finland
Continent: Europe

The regional headquarters of Central Finland (Keski-Suomi) is located in the regional capital Jyvaeskylae (Jyväskylä) with a population of 85,026 people.

The distance as the crow flies from Central Finland's regional capital Jyvaeskylae to Finland's capital Helsinki (Helsinki) is approximately 235 km (146 mi).

Facts and figures about Central Finland
RegionPopulationRegional capitalPopulation
Central Finland Keski-Suomi275,320 peopleJyvaeskylae Jyväskylä85,026 people

Compare with other regions in Finland.

Map of Central Finland

Map of Central Finland

Information on Central Finland

Information on Central Finland
Region nameRegional capitalSubregionsCountryContinent
Central Finland Keski-SuomiJyvaeskylae Jyväskylä6FinlandEurope

Time in Central Finland

Time in Central Finland
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Fri, 15 Dec 2017 - 12:49amNoFri, 15 Dec 2017 - 12:49amUTC +2.0Europe/Helsinki

Geographic coordinates of Central Finland

Latitude & Longitude of Central Finland
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map62°30'00.0"N (62.5000000°)25°30'00.0"E (25.5000000°)

Subregions in Central Finland

There are 6 administrative subregions in Central Finland.
Subregions in Central Finland
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
AEaenekoski Äänekoski1.---
Jaemsae Jämsä2.---
Joutsa Joutsa3.---
Jyvaeskylae Jyväskylä4.-Jyvaeskylae Jyväskylä85,026
Keuruu Keuruu5.---
Saarijaervi-Viitasaari Saarijärvi-Viitasaari6.---

External sources of information on Central Finland

Central Finland on Wikipedia