Åbo Underrättelser

Åbo Underrättelser

name = Åbo Underrättelser

type = Newspaper, published 5 times a week
format = Tabloid
foundation = 1823
owners = [http://www.fabsy.fi Förlags AB Sydvästkusten]
language = Swedish
political = Neutral
headquarters = Turku / Åbo
editor = Torbjörn Kevin
website = [http://www.abounderrattelser.fi www.abounderrattelser.fi]

"Åbo Underrättelser" is a Swedish language newspaper published in Finland, published Tuesday through Saturday. Its headquarters are located in Turku ("Åbo" in Swedish). Åbo Underrättelser holds the distinction of being the oldest newspaper still in print in Finland, having been founded by Christian Ludvig Hjelt in 1823 (the first edition being published on January 3, 1824).
The newspaper's primary readership consists of Swedish-speakers in Turku and Åboland. Its circulation is (as of 2004) 7,037.

External links

* [http://www.abounderrattelser.fi Åbo Underrättelser]
* [http://digi.lib.helsinki.fi/sanomalehti/secure/browse.html?action=year&id=0785-398X&name=Åbo%20Underrättelser The Finnish Historical Newspaper Library 1771-1890] - on-line archive from 1824 to 1878

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