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Southwest Finland, Finland

Southwest Finland is one of 18 primary administrative regions in Finland with a population of approximately 470,880 people.

Facts and figures on Southwest Finland at a glance

Region name: Southwest Finland (Varsinais-Suomi)
Status: Primary administrative region
Population: 470,880 people
Country: Finland
Continent: Europe

The regional headquarters of Southwest Finland (Varsinais-Suomi) is located in the regional capital Turku (Turku) with a population of 175,945 people.

The distance as the crow flies from Southwest Finland's regional capital Turku to Finland's capital Helsinki (Helsinki) is approximately 151 km (94 mi).

Facts and figures about Southwest Finland
RegionPopulationRegional capitalPopulation
Southwest Finland Varsinais-Suomi470,880 peopleTurku Turku175,945 people

Compare with other regions in Finland.

Map of Southwest Finland

Map of Southwest Finland

Information on Southwest Finland

Information on Southwest Finland
Region nameRegional capitalSubregionsCountryContinent
Southwest Finland Varsinais-SuomiTurku Turku5FinlandEurope

Time in Southwest Finland

Time in Southwest Finland
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Sat, 22 Sep 2018 - 4:07pmIn effect (+1 hour)Sat, 22 Sep 2018 - 3:07pmGMT UTC +3.0Europe/Helsinki

Geographic coordinates of Southwest Finland

Latitude & Longitude of Southwest Finland
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map60°30'00.0"N (60.5000000°)22°15'00.0"E (22.2500000°)

Subregions in Southwest Finland

There are 5 administrative subregions in Southwest Finland.
Subregions in Southwest Finland
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
Aboland-Turunmaa Ă…boland-Turunmaa1.---
Loimaa Loimaa2.---
Salo Salo3.---
Turku Turku4.-Turku Turku175,945
Vakka-Suomi Vakka-Suomi5.---

External sources of information on Southwest Finland

Southwest Finland on Wikipedia