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unilingually Finnish . There is a strong concentration of the gemstone Spectrolite in the region of Ylämaa . Ylämaa is planning to build a pyramid . [ 3 ] [ edit ] References ^ a b "Area by municipality as of 1 January 2009" (in Finnish and Swedish) (PDF). Land Survey of Finland

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Viipuri Province print that page

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Coat of arms Capital Viipuri ¹ President  - 1918-1920 Antti Verner Hackzell  - 1925-1944 Arvo Manner History  -  Established December 6 1743  -  Moscow Peace Treaty March 21, 1940  -  Moscow Armistice September 19, 1944  -  Paris Peace Treaty

Lappeenranta print that page

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in 1967. Nuijamaa joined in 1989. During the financial downturn of 2009 and 2010, Joutseno and Ylämaa respectively merged into Lappeenranta. [ edit ] Name The name Lappeenranta consists of the genitive of Lappee and the appellative ranta which means " shore ". The history of Lappeenranta

Karelia Aviation Museum print that page

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C.X that sank in Lake Saimaa , engine and different parts from a Tupolev SB that went down in Ylämaa . The museum is closed during winters. [ edit ] References ^ "Karelia Aviation Museum" . 2011 . http://www.karjalanilmailumuseo.fi/contact/ . Retrieved 1 August 2011 .   [ edit

Aviation Museum of South-Eastern Finland print that page

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C.X that sank in Lake Saimaa , engine and different parts from a Tupolev SB that went down in Ylämaa . The museum is closed during winters. [ edit ] External links The museum homepage Media related to Karelian Aviation Museum at Wikimedia Commons v · d · e Aviation

List of former municipalities of Finland print that page

This is a list of the former municipalities of Finland . Contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Ä Ö [ edit ] A Ahlainen – became part of Pori in 1972 Aitolahti – became part of Tampere in 1966 Akaa – was divided in 1946

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Division of the field print that page

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In heraldry , the field (background) of a shield can be divided into more than one area of different tinctures , usually following the lines of one of the ordinaries and carrying its name (e.g. a shield divided in the shape of a chevron is said to be parted "per chevron"). Shields may be

Spectrolite print that page

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The quarrying of spectrolite began after the Second World War and has become a significant local industry. In 1973 the first workshop in Ylämaa became cutting and polishing spectrolite for jewels. [ edit ] References ^ a b Walter Schumann, Gemstones of the World, Sterling, 3rd ed