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The Åland islands are situated in the Golf of Bothnia in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland. They are an automonous province of Finland. The islands consist of the main island Fasta Åland and an archipelago that consists over 6,500 skerries and islands.

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There are no nuclear power plants on Åland, but within a radius of 100 km from Åland there are 5 nuclear power plants in operation, two repositories for low and medium level radioactive waste already in usage and plans for two final reposities for high-level nuclear waste, as well as one reactor under construction and plans for another new one.

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