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Aerial view of Suomenlinna
Ukonkivi island
A fishing village in Jurmo
A house on Älgö
Archipelago Sea has more than 40,000 islands and islets

Within Finland's borders there are 789 islands of over 1 km2 area. Most of these are inhabited, and with a road connection to the mainland. There are all together 75 818 islands over 0,5 km2 area in Finland and with all the smaller isles, the total number of islands in Finland is 178 947.[1] There are 549 permanently inhabited islands in Finland with no road connection to mainland.[2] Many other islands are used nearly permanently for recreational purposes.

Largest islands by the seaEdit

Largest islands in lakesEdit

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