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About Finnish

Finnish is spoken by roughly 5 million people in Finland.

Dialects include South-western Finnish, Häme (Tavast), South Pohjanmaa, Central and North Pohjanmaa, Peräpohja, Savo (Savolax), South-eastern Finnish (Finnish Karjala, Finnish Karelian).

South-eastern dialects, called 'Karelian' in colloquial Finnish, are distinct from true Karelian. Finnish is closely related to Karelian and Olonetsian. In Russia eastern dialects merge gradually into Karelian.