Urho Kekkonen (Finland)
Urho Kekkonen National Park (Finnish: Urho Kekkosen kansallispuisto) is a national park located in the Lapland region of Finland. Founded in 1983, it is one of Finland’s largest protected areas covering an area of 2,550 km². His name is from the former Finnish president Urho Kekkonen.
As of 2009, the park is visited by an average of 289,000 people per year.