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Sister cities of Kokemäki

Kokemäki (Swedish: Kumo) is a town and municipality of Finland.

It is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Satakunta region. The town has a population of 7,923 (31 August 2013) and covers an area of 531.27 square kilometres (205.12 sq mi) of which 50.04 km2 (19.32 sq mi) is water. The population density is 16.46 inhabitants per square kilometre (42.6 /sq mi).

The municipality is unilingually Finnish.

Kauvatsa municipality merged Kokemäki in 1969. These same towns and municipalities are also Satakunta Kokemäki tax-office in the area. Agricultural research center located in the Järilä’s village the years 1929-1996. Kokemäki town council decided on 15 December 2008 annexation with Nakkila, Harjavalta and Ulvila, but the project failed Ulvila amended decision.

Because of the central location and the old settlement of Kokemäki, it has historically been the major central area. In Kokemäki there are relics from the Iron Age and Middle Ages. Historical province of Satakunta was often called Kokemäki estates county in the later Middle Ages.

Through Kokemäki flows a 121-km-long river called Kokemäenjoki. Kokemäenjoki area is the fourth largest in Finland. Kolsi’s hydroelectric power plant is located in Kokemäki.

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