Rauma, Lounais-Suomi

Vanha Rauma vesitornista.jpg

Rauma (Swedish: Raumo) is a town and municipality of ca. 39,400 (31 January 2019 ) inhabitants on the west coast of Finland, 92 kilometres (57 mi) north of Turku, and 50 kilometres (31 mi) south of Pori. Granted town privileges on 17 April 1442 (then under the rule of Sweden), Rauma is known for its paper and maritime industry, high quality lace (since the 18th century) and the old wooden architecture of its centre (Old Rauma, Vanha Rauma), which is a UNESCO world heritage site.


There are 16 zones in Rauma, where 3 are counted as Bridge zones, one as a holy zone and two as World Heritage Sites.

Bridge Zones[edit]

Holy Zones[edit]

World Heritage Sites[edit]

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