- n. a town that is the chief port of the Aland islands
“Helsinki, now urban city of some 1 million population has nowadays higher average temp than Mariehamn, Åland island southwest.”
“Nowadays Helsinki is some 0.5 C warmer than Mariehamn or Jomala in island of Åland.”
“Just as the Mariehamn grain ships of Finland were the last of European sail, the Arab dhow was the proud last of the romantic East.”
“Following the season Neagle was signed by Finland's IFK Mariehamn, where he played in five leagues matches last fall, scoring two goals.”
“I was among 20 people invited to the tasting in Mariehamn, the capital of the island group.”
“A victory at home would do wonders to remedy Daniel Antunez and FC Inter's disappointing loss last week while Greg Eckhardt and VPS take on the Swedish-speakers from Mariehamn.”
“Mariehamn Airport efma@finavia. fi www. finavia.fi/airport_mariehamn”
“Glacially-plucked granitic bedrock near Mariehamn, Åland Islands.”
“In Mariehamn, François Hautekeur, a Veuve Clicquot winemaker, recently uncorked a bottle found in a shipwreck.”
“Four were broken, but 168 others were intact, and in early August they were hoisted to dry land and stored in Mariehamn.”
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