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 was a newspaper that was first published in Finland in 1771, the first newspaper to be published in Finland. Finland was under Swedish rule at that time, and the newspaper was published in the Swedish language. It was in circulation until 1785. [1] [2]

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References

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