The National Archives of Finland has a free website for their Digital Archives. All documents are in Finnish only but parts of the site translate to English and users can copy and paste any part of the site to Google Translate and read it in their native language.

“The Digital Archives is the National Archives Service’s storage and presentation system for digitised documents. Approximately 3.7 million files containing material from the National Archives Service were digitised in 2009 through a designated allowance granted by the Ministry of Education. During the digitising project in 2010 about 5.5 million files was digitised, mainly church records.”

Users can visit Finna.fi to search material at the National Archives of Finland as well as over 95 Finnish libraries and museums.

Users can also visit VAKKA to search for material at the National Archives of Finland and the Provincial Archives.

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