Map highlighting the location of Savonia
For current affairs see: Eastern Finland
Savonia is virtually comprised within the boundaries of the administrative province of Eastern Finland.
Main article: History of Savonia
The province, which had been a part of Sweden from the 12th-13th century, separated when Finland was ceded to Russia in 1809. The provinces has no administrative function today but lives on as a historical legacy in both countries.
Main article: Geography of Savonia
Main article: Culture of Savonia
Main article: Heraldry of Savonia
The arms is crowned by a countal coronet, though by Finnish tradition this more resembles a Swedish baronal coronet. Blazon: "Sable, a drawn hand bow in and arrow aimed toward dexter chief, or; bow string, arrowhead and feathered tail, argent."
|Historical provinces of Sweden and Finland | The Swedish Realm|
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|Lands of Sweden: Finland/Österlanden | Götaland | Norrland | Svealand|