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Iso 3166-2:fi

ISO 3166-2:FI is the entry for codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g. provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for Finland, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for 19 regions (under six Regional State Administrative Agencies plus Åland).

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is FI, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Finland. The second part is two numbers.

Åland (Finnish: Ahvenanmaan maakunta; Swedish: Landskapet Åland), an autonomous region of Finland (also a former province), is also officially assigned its own set of country codes in ISO 3166-1, with alpha-2 code AX.

Contents

  • Current codes 1
  • Changes 2
    • Codes before Newsletter II-3 2.1
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Current codes

Map of the subdivisions of Finland

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).[1]

ISO 639-1 codes are used to represent subdivision names in the following administrative languages:

In addition, the list also includes translation to English (en).

Subdivision names are sorted in Finnish alphabetical order: a–z, å, ä, ö.

Code Subdivision name (fi) Subdivision name (sv) Subdivision Name (en)
[note 1]
FI-01 Ahvenanmaan maakunta Landskapet Åland Åland
FI-02 Etelä-Karjala Södra Karelen South Karelia
FI-03 Etelä-Pohjanmaa Södra Österbotten Southern Ostrobothnia
FI-04 Etelä-Savo Södra Savolax Southern Savonia
FI-05 Kainuu Kajanaland Kainuu
FI-06 Kanta-Häme Egentliga Tavastland Tavastia Proper
FI-07 Keski-Pohjanmaa Mellersta Österbotten Central Ostrobothnia
FI-08 Keski-Suomi Mellersta Finland Central Finland
FI-09 Kymenlaakso Kymmenedalen Kymenlaakso
FI-10 Lappi Lappland Lapland
FI-11 Pirkanmaa Birkaland Pirkanmaa
FI-12 Pohjanmaa Österbotten Ostrobothnia
FI-13 Pohjois-Karjala Norra Karelen North Karelia
FI-14 Pohjois-Pohjanmaa Norra Österbotten Northern Ostrobothnia
FI-15 Pohjois-Savo Norra Savolax Northern Savonia
FI-16 Päijät-Häme Päijänne-Tavastland Päijänne Tavastia
FI-17 Satakunta Satakunda Satakunta
FI-18 Uusimaa Nyland Uusimaa
FI-19 Varsinais-Suomi Egentliga Finland Southwest Finland
Notes
  1. ^ For reference only: the English names are not included in the ISO 3166-2 standard.

Changes

The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998:

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter II-3[1] 2011-12-13
(corrected
2011-12-15)
Administrative re-organization, deletion of useless information and the region names in English and French, source list and source code update. Subdivision layout:
6 provinces (see below)
19 regions

Codes before Newsletter II-3

Provinces of Finland
Code Subdivision name (fi) Subdivision name (sv)
FI-AL Ahvenanmaan lääni Ålands län
FI-ES Etelä-Suomen lääni Södra Finlands län
FI-IS Itä-Suomen lääni Östra Finlands län
FI-LL Lapin lääni Lapplands län
FI-LS Länsi-Suomen lääni Västra Finlands län
FI-OL Oulun lääni Uleåborgs län

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Changes in the list of subdivision names and code elements" (PDF). ISO 3166-2 Newsletter (Genève: International Organization for Standardization) (II-3): 23. 13 December 2011, corrected 2011-12-15. Retrieved 2012-07-21. 

External links

  • ISO Online Browsing Platform: FI
  • Regions of Finland, Statoids.com
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