Administrative divisions of Åland

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The 16 municipalities of the Åland Islands are divided into three sub-regions: Mariehamn, the countryside and the archipelago.


Municipality Sub-region Population Land area Population density
Mariehamn Mariehamn 11,286 700111789999999999911.79 km2 4.6 sq mi 7002957000000000000957 /km2 2,479 /sq mi
Jomala Countryside 4,321 7002142530000000000142.53 km2 55.0 sq mi 700130000000000000030 /km2 78 /sq mi
Finström Countryside 2,538 7002123250000000000123.25 km2 47.6 sq mi 700121000000000000021 /km2 54 /sq mi
Lemland Countryside 1,849 7002113080000000000113.08 km2 43.7 sq mi 700116000000000000016 /km2 41 /sq mi
Saltvik Countryside 1,808 7002152070000000000152.07 km2 58.7 sq mi 700112000000000000012 /km2 31 /sq mi
Hammarland Countryside 1,526 7002138169999999999138.17 km2 53.3 sq mi 700111000000000000011 /km2 28 /sq mi
Sund Countryside 1,037 7002108060000000000108.06 km2 41.7 sq mi 700110000000000000010 /km2 26 /sq mi
Eckerö Countryside 961 7002107690000000000107.69 km2 41.6 sq mi 70009000000000000009 /km2 23 /sq mi
Föglö Archipelago 495 7002134780000000000134.78 km2 52.0 sq mi 70004000000000000004 /km2 10 /sq mi
Brändö Archipelago 478 7002108070000000000108.07 km2 41.7 sq mi 70004000000000000004 /km2 10 /sq mi
Geta Countryside 493 700184340000000000084.34 km2 32.6 sq mi 70006000000000000006 /km2 16 /sq mi
Vårdö Archipelago 448 7002101500000000000101.50 km2 39.2 sq mi 70004000000000000004 /km2 10 /sq mi
Lumparland Countryside 397 700136260000000000036.26 km2 14.0 sq mi 700111000000000000011 /km2 28 /sq mi
Kumlinge Archipelago 343 700199260000000000099.26 km2 38.3 sq mi 70003000000000000003 /km2 8 /sq mi
Kökar Archipelago 244 700163550000000000063.55 km2 24.5 sq mi 70004000000000000004 /km2 10 /sq mi
Sottunga Archipelago 104 700128050000000000028.05 km2 10.8 sq mi 70004000000000000004 /km2 10 /sq mi
Population data as of: August 31 2013[1]
Area data as of: January 1 2011[2]

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References

External links

  • The official ÅSUB website


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