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|Form of government||Unitary Parliamentary Republic|
|Size in km²||303890|
|Year of construction||1931|
|Architect||Johan Sigfrid Sirén (FI)|
Parliament House (Finnish: Eduskuntatalo, Swedish: Riksdagshuset) is the seat of the Parliament of Finland. It is located in the Finnish capital of Helsinki, in the district of Töölö.
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The classicist building of the Finnish parliament was extended twice in the course of its history – in 1978 and 2004. Europe’s most densely wooded country opted for panelling in different types of wood for the conference rooms in the most recent annex: ash, maple, birch, black poplar, alder, pine and elm are also the names of the various rooms.
Facts & Figures
|Members of parliament||200||GPD per capita in PPP in US$||39.981|
|Number of women||83||HDI||0,883|
|Pop. per MP||27.517||Democracy index||9,03|
|CO2 total||54.793||CO2 per capita||10,07|