Vaasa

city, western Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia. Founded in 1606 by the Swedish king Charles IX, it was chartered in 1611 and named for the reigning ... [1 related articles]
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Vaasa

In Enochian, Vaasa is a minor angel.
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Vaasa

Vaasa (vä'sä) , Swed. Vasa, city (1998 pop. 56,587), Western Finland prov., W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia. It is a port and agricultural market. Timber, iron, and steel are produced. Chartered in 1606, Vaasa was rebuilt closer to the sea after a devastating fire in 1852. From 1855 ...
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Vaasa

[company] Vaasa Osakeyhtiö is the toponymous printing company of the Pohjalainen newspaper in Vaasa, Finland. It is a part of Ilkka-Yhtymä. ...
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Vaasa

[electoral district] Vaasa is an electoral district represented in the Finnish Eduskunta (parliament). It covers the administrative regions of Ostrobothnia, Central Ostrobothnia and Southern Ostrobothnia. Vaasa currently elects 17 members of the Eduskunta. The constituency is largely rural, and particularly the coastal areas around the city...
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Vaasa

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Vaasa

The city is bilingual with {Formatnum: {{pct|{{Infobox Finnish Municipality/native language Finnish|Vaasa}|{Infobox Finnish Municipality/native language total|Vaasa}|1}}}} of the population speaking Finnish as their first language and {Formatnum: {{pct|{{Infobox Finnish Municipality/native language Swedish|Vaasa}|{Infobox Finnish Municipality/nati...
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