Kemijärvi (Northern Sami: Giemajávri, Inari Sami: Kiemâjävri, Skolt Sami: Ǩeeʹmmjäuʹrr) is a town and municipality of Finland. It is located in Eastern Lapland sub-region. The first permanent settler inhabitant of Kemijärvi was Paavali Ollinpoika Halonen, who moved from the region of Oulu, from Niskakylä, Utajärvi to Kemijärvi about 1580. His wife was Anna Laurintytär Halonen, and their children were Paavo, Olli and Pekka Halonen. Paavali's place of residence is known today as Halosenranta. As the first settlers moved to Kemijärvi, the area was no longer inhabited exclusively by the Sami people, but Ämmänvaara in the area of the municipality is an ancient sacrificial place of Samis. More information...

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