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National camps in Finland are arranged by [[Suomen Partiolaiset]]. Camps are also called [[Finnjamboree]] because there has been also many foreign scouts and guides partisipating.
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National camps in Finland are arranged by [[Suomen Partiolaiset]]. They are also called [[Finnjamboree]]s, because there are often many foreign participants.
  
 
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|[[Suomen Partiolaiset/Karelia|Karelia]] ||1.–10. August 1979 ||Koli || 9 000 ||Gunnel Palermaa and Asko Rantti
 
|[[Suomen Partiolaiset/Karelia|Karelia]] ||1.–10. August 1979 ||Koli || 9 000 ||Gunnel Palermaa and Asko Rantti
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|[[Suomen Partiolaiset/Kilke|Kilke]] [http://www.kilke.fi] ||28. July - 5. August 2010 || Evo || 11 000 || Juha Lehto
 
|[[Suomen Partiolaiset/Kilke|Kilke]] [http://www.kilke.fi] ||28. July - 5. August 2010 || Evo || 11 000 || Juha Lehto
 
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|[[Suomen Partiolaiset/Roihu|Roihu]] [http://roihu2016.fi/en] ||20.–28. July 2016 ||Evo || 15 000 (estimate) ||Heikki Otsolampi and Jaakko 'Piitu' Piitulainen
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|[[Suomen Partiolaiset/Roihu|Roihu]] [http://roihu2016.fi/en] ||20.–28. July 2016 ||Evo || 17 000 ||Heikki Otsolampi and Jaakko 'Piitu' Piitulainen
  
  

Latest revision as of 21:31, 5 December 2016

National camps in Finland are arranged by Suomen Partiolaiset. They are also called Finnjamborees, because there are often many foreign participants.

Name Time Place Participants Camp chief
Karelia 1.–10. August 1979 Koli 9 000 Gunnel Palermaa and Asko Rantti
Miilu 23. July – 1. August 1985 Jämijärvi 10 000 Marjaana Suosalmi
Tervas 1.–9. August 1990 Kannonkoski 13 500 Risto 'Albert' Pyysalo
Loisto 18.–26. July 1996 Hanko 14 500 Pekka 'Zorro' Saarela
Tarus 28. July – 5. August 2004 Padasjoki 12 200 Marjukka 'Mjukka' Rehumäki
Kilke [1] 28. July - 5. August 2010 Evo 11 000 Juha Lehto
Roihu [2] 20.–28. July 2016 Evo 17 000 Heikki Otsolampi and Jaakko 'Piitu' Piitulainen