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Mikkeli Province

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Mikkeli Province

Mikkeli Province
Mikkelin lääni
S:t Michels län
Province of Finland

1831–1997

Coat of arms of Mikkeli

Coat of arms

Capital Mikkeli
History
 •  Established 1831
 •  Disestablished 1997
Area
 •  1.1.1993 21,628 km2 (8,351 sq mi)
Population
 •  1.1.1993 207,967 
Density 9.6 /km2  (24.9 /sq mi)

The Mikkeli Province (Finnish: Mikkelin lääni, Swedish: S:t Michels län) was a province of Finland from 1831 to 1997. The province was named after the city of Mikkeli.

Parts of the province were transferred to the Central Finland Province in 1960. In 1997 it was merged with Kuopio Province and Northern Karelia Province into the new Eastern Finland Province.

Municipalities in 1997 (cities in bold)

Former municipalities (disestablished before 1997)

Governors

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