Ylojarvi is a metropolis and a municipality inside the Piranha area, 14 kilometers west of Tampere and 189 kilometers north of Finland´s capital town Helsinki. The town has a population of 32,962 31 January 2019 and covers an area of one,324.14 rectangular kilometers of which 208.Sixty two km2 eighty.55 sq.Mi is water. The population density is 29.Fifty five inhabitants per rectangular kilometer 76.5/sq.Mi. The populace has multiplied rapidly in recent years; in 1990 it changed into slightly over 18,000. On 31 December 2011 it was 30,942. Neighboring municipalities are Hameenkyro, Ikaalinen, Kihnio, Nokia, Parkano, Ruovesi.
Tampere and Virrat. The municipality of Viljakkala becomes consolidated with Ylojarvi on January 1, 2007. The municipality of Koru became consolidated with Ylojarvi on January 1, 2009. Ylojarvi became based as a municipality in 1869. Starting January 1, 2004, it's far referred to as a town. The city is the location of Tree Mountain, Land Art by way of Agnes Denes. These paintings turned into conceived in 1983, and construction changed into introduced with the aid of the Finnish government at the 1992 Earth Summit.