Classification of centres and demarcation of spheres of influence at borough level. by Lauri HautamaМ€ki

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Published by [Societas geographica Fenniae] in Helsinki .

Written in English

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  • Finland.


  • Central places -- Finland.

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Bibliography: p. [75]-77.

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SeriesFennia,, 98:3
LC ClassificationsG23 .G4 vol. 98, no. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p.
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL5161403M
LC Control Number74516397

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