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So, here we are, a country with two national languages. On the one hand we have Finnish, spoken by the majority of the population. On the other there is Swedish, the mother tongue of our national hero Carl Gustav Emil Mannerheim and currently around 300,000 people (5.5 per cent of the population; including). Scattered around the south, southwest and west coast of Finland, Swedish is also the language found on the autonomous group of rocks situated halfway to Sweden, also known as Åland, or Ahvenanmaa.