The National Archives of Finland (Finnish: Kansallisarkisto, Swedish: Riksarkivet) is a Finnish government agency responsible for archiving official documents of the Finnish state and municipalities. It is situated in the capital Helsinki.
- The archives was created in 1816 as part of the Senate of Finland.
- The present building was built in 1890.
- In 1939 it also became a central government agency of its own.
- The present Swedish name was adopted in 1939 and the present Finnish name in 1994.
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