Languages of Åland


Languages of Åland

Åland has the largest Swedish-speaking majority in Finland, with over 92.4% of the province, or about 25,000 people, speaking Swedish as their first language. Swedish is also the sole official language of the province. Finnish, of course, also has a presence, although it is small; only 5% of Ålanders are Finnish-speaking. Around 77 people, or 0.3% of the population, are native English-speakersFact|date=June 2007.

External links

* [http://www.tlfq.ulaval.ca/axl/EtatsNsouverains/aland.htm Languages of Åland]


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