Tidningar Utgifne Af et Sällskap i Åbo

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Tidningar Utgifne Af et Sällskap i Åbo
Tidningar Utgifne Af et Sallskap i Abo January 31 1776.gif
January 31 1776
FoundedJanuary 15, 1771
Language Swedish
Headquarters Turku, Finland

Tidningar Utgifne Af et Sällskap i Åbo is the first newspaper to be published in Finland in 1770. It was published in Swedish as Finland was then under Swedish rule. It was in circulation until 1785. [1] [2]

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