Saarijärvi

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Location
A road to south

Saarijärvi is a city in central Finland. The municipalities next to it are Kannonkoski, Karstula, Multia, Soini, Uurainen, Ähtäri and Äänekoski.

History[change | change source]

Saarijärvi has been city since 1986. However, there have been people living here for 6,000 years. In 1749, Vanha Saarijärvi had populatoin of 1,380. It's population was the largest in 1870 when there were 14,000 living there.

Population growth[change | change source]

Population
Year Population
1980
11,871
1985
11,930
1990
12,026
1995
11,980
2000
11,624
2005
11,048
2010
10,580

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References[change | change source]

Tilastokeskus reference, Finnish

Other websites[change | change source]