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Haltitunturi

The Haltitunturi mountain is the highest point in Finland, at 1328 m above sea level. It is located in the municipality of Enonteki÷[?] in the province of Lapland.

The name derives from "haltia" and "tunturi" haltia meaning spirit or "holder" and tunturi being the generic Lapp term for a hill or mountain.



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