The Aura river ( Finnish Aurajoki; Swedish Aura å) is a river in south-western Finland. Its sources are in the town of Oripää, and it flows through Pöytyä, Aura and Lieto before discharging into the Archipelago Sea in the middle of the city of Turku. The total length of the river is about 70 km (44 mi), and it contains eleven rapids. The tap water for Turku is drawn from the Aura river, the city waterworks being situated by the Halinen rapids. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aura (river)"
Kalajoki is a river in Oulu province, Finland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kalajoki (river)"
Kemijoki, with its 550 km length, is the longest river in Finland. It runs through Kemijärvi and Rovaniemi before reaching the Gulf of Bothnia at Kemi. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kemijoki"
The Kokemäenjoki is a river in Finland. The river originates at Lake Pyhäjärvi and flows 145 km to the Gulf of Bothnia at Pori. Kokemäenjoki estuary ** is the largest one in Nordic countries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kokemäenjoki"
Oulujoki is a river in Oulu province, Finland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oulujoki"
The Vuoksi ( Finnish) or Reka Vuoksa ( Russian standard transcription) runs in the northernmost part of the Karelian Isthmus, from Lake Saimaa in southeastern Finland flowing into Lake Ladoga in northwestern Russia. The river enters Lake Ladoga in two armlets, an older northern armlet at Priozersk (Käkisalmi /Keksholm) and since 1857 a new southern armlet entering 50 kilometers further southeast at Taipale. ...more on Wikipedia about "River Vuoksi"
Tana (Deatnu in Northern Sami) is a municipality in the county of Finnmark, Norway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tana"
The Torne River ( Finnish: Tornionjoki, Swedish: Torne älv, Torneälven, Northern Sami: Duortneseatnu, Meankieli: Tornionväyla), is a river on the border between Sweden and Finland. It rises at Lake Torne (Swedish: Torneträsk) near the border with Norway and flows generally southeast for a distance of 522 km (324 miles) into the Gulf of Bothnia. It is the largest river in Norrbotten both by length and by watershed area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Torne River"
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