Definitions

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  • proper noun One of Finland's 20 current regions. Located on the coast of the Gulf of Bothnia.
  • proper noun A historical province of Finland.

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Examples

  • Since before the outbreak of war Torsten Korsström had obtained an art teaching post at the Teachers' Training College in Nykarleby, Ostrobothnia, his young wife had to spend the war years there, isolated in Finland's smallest town, far from her family, her friends and the intellectual circles of Helsingfors.

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  • Since before the outbreak of war Torsten Korsström had obtained an art teaching post at the Teachers' Training College in Nykarleby, Ostrobothnia, his young wife had to spend the war years there, isolated in Finland's smallest town, far from her family, her friends and the intellectual circles of Helsingfors.

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  • In 1833, Mannerheim became governor of Vaasa (Ostrobothnia), and, the next year, assumed the same position in Viipuri (Karelia).

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  • Thirty years ago, I spent a happy year in Jakobstad, a small town on the coast of Ostrobothnia.

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  • I am proud of you as if you were my own children, as proud of the man from the northern tundras as of the sons of the broad plains of Ostrobothnia, the forests of Karelia, the smiling tracts of Savo, the rich farms of Häme and Satakunta, the lands of Uusimaa and South-West Finland with their whispering birches.

    The Life of Marshal Mannerheim: Part IX

  • He resigned the presidency and prepared to return to his home in Ostrobothnia.

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  • Lars Sund has written a series of novels, mostly set in Ostrobothnia.

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  • This website also gives further links to four Swedish-speaking literary associations in Finland: ones in Nyland, Åboland, Ostrobothnia and the umbrella organisation Finlands svenska littteraturföreningar.

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  • Teir says that if we include Kjell Westö's Där vi en gång gått Where Once We Walked, set in the same decades, we end up with a Finland-Swedish trilogy about the years that led to the Finnish civil war of 1918, with a diverse geographical perspective: Ostrobothnia, Åland and Helsinki.

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  • I am proud of you as if you were my own children, as proud of the man from the northern tundras as of the sons of the broad plains of Ostrobothnia, the forests of Karelia, the smiling tracts of Savo, the rich farms of Häme and Satakunta, the lands of Uusimaa and South-West Finland with their whispering birches.

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