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Helsinki ( ; , ) is the capital and largest city in Finland. It is in the region of Uusimaa (sv: Nyland), located in southern Finland, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, an arm of the Baltic Sea. The population of the city of Helsinki is (), making it by far the most populous municipality in Finland. Helsinki is located some 400 km (248.5 mi) east of Stockholm, Sweden, 300 km (186.4 mi) west of St. Petersburg, Russia and 80 km (49.7 mi) north of Tallinn, Estonia. Helsinki has close historical connections with these three cities.

The Helsinki Metropolitan Area includes the city of Helsinki and three other cities: Espoo and Vantaa, which immediately border Helsinki to the west and north, respectively; and Kauniainen, which is an enclave within the city of Espoo. The Helsinki metropolitan area is the world's northernmost urban area among those with a population of over one million people, and the city is the northernmost capital of a EU member state. Altogether 1.1 million people, approximately one in five Finns, live in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area.

Helsinki is Finland's major political, educational, financial, cultural and research centre as well as one of northern Europe's major cities. Approximately 70% of foreign companies operating in Finland have settled in the Helsinki region.

The nearby city of Vantaa in the Helsinki metropolitan area is the location of Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, with frequent service to various destinations in Europe and Asia. Since early 2009, Helsinki has been exploring a merger with Vantaa. On 30 March 2009, the city council of Vantaa agreed to review Helsinki's proposal of a possible merger, while emphasizing that the review is not about the possibility of terminating the existence of the city of Vantaa. On 31 January 2011, the city council of Vantaa turned down Helsinki's proposal of a possible merger, with 45 votes against the proposal compared to 22 in favour of it.

In 2009, Helsinki was chosen to be the World Design Capital for 2012 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. Helsinki narrowly beat out Eindhoven for the title.

Helsinki Video

Architecture in Helsinki's animated video for Do the Whirlwind www.architectureinhelsinki.com
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Sungha Jung LIVE at Malmitalo, Helsinki, Finland 02.20.2010 Song: "Love of My Life" by Queen arranged by Tony R. Clef. ____________________________ Video Copyright (C) 2010 to Wistbacka Studios and Sungha Jung ========================== Visit Sungha at: www.youtube.com and www.sunghajung.com ========================== ______________ Enjoy! -Wistbacka
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DJ RZY feat. Wögä, Tasis, Elastinen, Juno, Mikael Gabriel, Timo Pieni Huijaus, Spekti, Uniikki, Stig Dogg, Cheek & Davo Big up to Helsinki OldSchool! VIDEO: Tuotanto: J.Wörlin & Tebian Ohjaus: J.Hietala Leikkaus: N.Karlsson Ãänitekniikka&Valot: A.Mattila
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From the album Places Like This. Purchase CD / LP / MP3 www.polyvinylrecords.com
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Kesä alkaa nyt! Saatavana DVD:llä ja Blu-ray:na 12.8. alkaen. Ohjaus: Oskari Sipola Tuotanto: KOMIA Helsinki www.elokuu.fi
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Finnish artists Tellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen collected the pet peeves and angst-ridden pleas of people in Helsinki and then composed this choral work around the list of complaints. Music composed by Esko Grundström. Please visit the project website for more info: www.complaintschoir.org
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If you want to skip the talking about Greece Holiday jump to 2:45 Lady Gaga The Monster Ball Tour 13th October Hartwall Arena Helsinki, Finland
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Angry Birds Asian challenge with Finnair is on! We are looking for the biggest Angry Birds fans to fly with the Angry Birds from Helsinki to Singapore. Find out more and submit your application at finnair.com Join us on the longest ever flight of the Angry Birds! Squawk! Get Angry Birds Seasons: - iPhone or iPod touch bit.ly - Android www.amazon.com - iPad âªbit.ly - Symbian^3: âªbit.ly - Palm WebOS: âªbit.ly Get the original Angry Birds: - Get the iPhone version from âªbit.ly - Nokia version from âªnokia.angrybirds.com - Palm OS version from âªhttp - Angry Birds for Android from âªwww.getjar.com Get Angry Birds Rio: - iPhone version from âªbit.ly - iPad version from âªbit.ly Become a Facebook fan: www.facebook.com Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com Buy Angry Birds merchandise: shop.angrybirds.com
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Thomas Madsen-Mygdal shows us how in downtown Helsinki - introduced by Arwen O'Reilly. Filmed on a Nokia N93.
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Last time in the WC finals 2002, now 10 years later Slovakia has a chance to win the championship! We won it in Bratislava, you win it in Helsinki. Finland is behind you, beat the russians!
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Dentistry IQ--Compared with the OMX -Helsinki- 25 index, which rose 4.0 points (or 0.2%) on the day, this was a relative price change of 1.4%. The stock rose for a second day on Monday bringing its two-day rise to 27.0c or 5.5%. Volatility: the stock trad - Date : Tue, 12 Apr 2011 02:29:11 GMT+00:00
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Preceded by
Athens, Greece 2006
Eurovision Song Contest Hosts Helsinki
2007
Succeeded by
Belgrade, Serbia 2008

The official major districts of Helsinki and their subdivision in neighbourhoods (and quarters)

Southern
Eteläinen
Södra
1. Kruununhaka (Kronohagen) * 2. Kluuvi (Gloet) * 3. Kaartinkaupunki (Gardesstaden) * 4. Kamppi (Kampen) * 5. Punavuori (Rödbergen) * 6. Eira * 7. Ullanlinna (Ulrikasborg) * 8. Katajanokka (Skatudden) * 9. Kaivopuisto (Brunnsparken) * 13. Etu-Töölö (Främre Tölö) * 14. Taka-Töölö (Bortre Tölö) * 20. Länsisatama (Västra hamnen) (Ruoholahti (Gräsviken) * Salmisaari (Sundholmen) * Lapinlahti (Lappviken) * Jätkäsaari (Busholmen) * Munkkisaari (Munkholmen)) * 31. Lauttasaari (Drumsö) * 52. Suomenlinna (Sveaborg) |
Western
Läntinen
Västra
15. Meilahti (Mejlans) * 16. Ruskeasuo (Brunakärr) * 18. Laakso (Dal) * 29. Haaga (Haga) (Etelä-Haaga (Södra Haga) * Kivihaka (Stenhagen) * Pohjois-Haaga (Norra Haga) * Lassila (Lassas)) * 30. Munkkiniemi (Munksnäs) (Vanha Munkkiniemi (Gamla Munksnäs) * Kuusisaari (Granö) * Lehtisaari (Lövö) * Munkkivuori (Munkshöjden) * Niemenmäki (Näshöjden) * Talinranta (Talistranden)) * 32. Konala (Kånala) * 33. Kaarela (Kårböle) (Kannelmäki (Gamlas) * Maununneva (Magnuskärr) * Malminkartano (Malmgård) * Hakuninmaa (Håkansåker) * Kuninkaantammi (Kungseken)) * 46. Pitäjänmäki (Sockenbacka) (Pajamäki (Smedjebacka) * Tali * Reimarla (Reimars) * Marttila (Martas) * Pitäjänmäen teollisuusalue (Sockenbacka industriområde)) |
Central
Keskinen
Mellersta
10. Sörnäinen (Sörnäs) * 11. Kallio (Berghäll) (Siltasaari (Broholmen) * Linjat (Linjerna) * Torkkelinmäki (Torkelsbacken)) * 12. Alppiharju (Åshöjden) (Harju (Ås) * Alppila (Alphyddan)) * 17. Pasila (Böle) (Länsi-Pakila (Västra Böle) * Pohjois-Pasila (Norra Böle) * Itä-Pasila (Östra Böle) * Keski-Pasila (Mellersta Böle)) * 21. Hermanni (Hermanstad) * 22. Vallila (Vallgård) * 23. Toukola (Majstad) * 24. Kumpula (Gumtäkt) * 25. Käpylä (Kottby) * 26. Koskela (Forsby) * 27. Vanhakaupunki (Gammelstaden) |
Northern
Pohjoinen
Norra
28. Oulunkylä (Åggelby) (Pirkkola (Britas) * Maunula (Månsas) * Metsälä (Krämertsskog) * Patola (Dammen) * Veräjämäki (Grindbacka) * Maunulanpuisto (Månsasparken) * Veräjälaakso (Grinddal)) * 34. Pakila (Baggböle) (Länsi-Pakila (Västra Böle) * Itä-Pakila (Östra Baggböle)) * 35. Tuomarinkylä (Domarby) (Paloheinä (Svedängen) * Torpparinmäki (Torparbacken) * Tuomarinkartano (Domargård) * Haltiala (Tomtbacka)) |
Northeastern
Koillinen
Nordöstra
36. Viikki (Vik) (Viikinranta (Viksstranden) * Latokartano (Ladugården) * Viikin tiedepuisto (Viks forskarpark) * Viikinmäki (Viksbacka)) * 37. Pukinmäki (Bocksbacka) * 38. Malmi (Malm) (Ylä-Malmi (Övre Malm) * Ala-Malmi (Nedre Malm) * Pihlajamäki (Rönnbacka) * Tattariharju (Tattaråsen) * Malmin lentokenttä (Malms flygfält) * Pihlajisto (Rönninge)) * 39. Tapaninkylä (Staffansby) (Tapaninvainio (Staffansslätten) * Tapanila (Mosabacka)) * 40. Suutarila (Skomakarböle) (Siltamäki (Brobacka) * Tapulikaupunki (Stapelstaden) * Töyrynummi (Lidamalmen)) * 41. Suurmetsä (Storskog) (Puistola (Parkstad) * Heikinlaakso (Henriksdal) * Tattarisuo (Tattarmossen) * Jakomäki (Jakobacka)) |
Southeastern
Kaakkoinen
Sydöstra
19. Mustikkamaa-Korkeasaari (Blåbärslandet-Högholmen) * 42. Kulosaari (Brändö) * 43. Herttoniemi (Hertonäs) (Länsi-Herttoniemi (Västra Hertonäs) * Roihuvuori (Kasberget) * Herttoniemen teollisuusalue (Hertonäs industriområde) * Herttoniemenranta (Hertonäs strand)) * 44. Tammisalo (Tammelund) * 48. Vartiosaari (Vårdö) * 49. Laajasalo (Degerö) (Yliskylä (Uppby) * Jollas * Tullisaari (Turholm) * Tahvonlahti (Stansvik) * Hevossalmi (Hästnässund)) * 50. Villinki (Villinge) * 51. Santahamina (Sandhamn) * 53. Ulkosaaret (Utöarna) (Länsisaaret (Västra holmarna) * Itäsaaret (Östra holmarna) * Aluemeri (Territorialhavet)) |
Eastern
Itäinen
Östra
45. Vartiokylä (Botby) (Vartioharju (Botbyåsen) * Puotila (Botby gård) * Puotinharju (Botbyhöjden) * Myllypuro (Kvarnbäcken) * Marjaniemi (Marudd) * Roihupellon teollisuusalue (Kasåkers industriområde) * Itäkeskus (Östra centrum)) * 47. Mellunkylä (Mellungsby) (Kontula (Gårdsbacka) * Vesala (Ärvings) * Mellunmäki (Mellungsbacka) * Kivikko (Stensböle) * Kurkimäki (Tranbacka)) * 54. Vuosaari (Nordsjö) (Keski-Vuosaari (Mellersta Nordsjö) * Nordsjön kartano (Nordsjö gård) * Uutela (Nybondas) * Meri-Rastila (Havs-Rastböle) * Kallahti (Kallvik) * Aurinkolahti (Solvik) * Rastila (Rastböle) * Niinisaari (Bastö) * Mustavuori (Svarta backen)) |
Östersundom
Östersundomin
Östersundoms
55. Östersundom * 56. Salmenkallio (Sundberg) * 57. Talosaari (Husö) * 58. Karhusaari (Björnsö) * 59. Ultuna (Landbo * Puroniitty (Bäckängen)) |

Helsinki Cityscape

Buildings:Parliament * Helsinki Central railway station * Hotel Torni * National Museum * Olympic Stadium
Places of worship:Temppeliaukio Church * Cathedral * Uspenski Cathedral * St. John's Church
Monuments & memorials:Sibelius monument * Hietaniemi cemetery
Parks & gardens:Central Park
Tourist attractions:Zoo * Linnanmäki * Suomenlinna
Museums:Kiasma * National Museum * Ateneum

Capitals of European states and territories

Western
Northern
Copenhagen, Denmark
Helsinki, Finland
aps|Longyearbyen, Svalbard
aps|Mariehamn, Åland Islands
Oslo, Norway
Reykjavík, Iceland
Riga, Latvia
Stockholm, Sweden
Tallinn, Estonia
aps|Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
Vilnius, Lithuania | |col3header=Central
Central
Belgrade, Serbia
Berlin, Germany
Bern, Switzerland
Bratislava, Slovakia
Budapest, Hungary
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Prague, Czech Republic
Vienna, Austria
Warsaw, Poland
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Zagreb, Croatia |
Southern
Ankara, Turkey up|1
Athens, Greece
aps|Gibraltar, Gibraltarup|4
Nicosia, Cyprus up|2, Northern Cyprus up|2, 3
Podgorica, Montenegro
aps|Pristina, Kosovo up|3
Rome, Italy
San Marino, San Marino
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Tirana, Albania
Valletta, Malta
Vatican City, Vatican City
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Eastern
Astana, Kazakhstan up|1
Baku, Azerbaijan up|1
Bucharest, Romania
Chişinău, Moldova
Kiev, Ukraine
Minsk, Belarus
Moscow, Russia up|1
Sofia, Bulgaria
aps|Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic up|3
aps|Sukhumi, Abkhazia up|3
Tbilisi, Georgia up|1
aps|Tskhinvali, South Ossetia up|3
Yerevan, Armenia up|1 |

Capital cities of the Member States of the European Union

Amsterdam * Athens * Berlin * Bratislava * Brussels * Bucharest * Budapest * Copenhagen * Dublin * Helsinki * Lisbon * Ljubljana * London * Luxembourg City * Madrid * Nicosia * Paris * Prague * Riga * Rome * Sofia * Stockholm * Tallinn * Valletta * Vienna * Vilnius * Warsaw

50 most populous urban areas in the Nordic countries

1.SE Stockholm1,252,000
2.DK Copenhagen1,181,239
3.FI Helsinki1,027,635
4.NO Oslo907,288
5.SE Gothenburg510,500
6.SE Malmö258,000
7.DK Aarhus242,914
8.NO Bergen227,752
9.FI Tampere211,691
10.IS Reykjavík195,000

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11.NO Stavanger189,828
12.FI Turku176,401
13.DK Odense166,305
14.NO Trondheim160,072
15.SE Uppsala144,839
16.FI Oulu137,370
17.FI Jyväskylä128,114
18.DK Aalborg123,432
19.SE Västerås107,000
20.NO Fredrikstad101,698

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21.FI Lahti100,444
22.SE Örebro98,200
23.SE Linköping97,400
24.NO Drammen96,563
25.FI Kuopio91,845
26.SE Helsingborg91,500
27.FI Kouvola88,396
28.NO Skien86,923
29.SE Jönköping84,400
30.SE Norrköping83,600

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31.FI Pori75,562
32.SE Lund76,200
33.SE Umeå75,600
34.FI Joensuu72,167
35.DK Esbjerg71,459
36.FI Lappeenranta70,210
37.SE Gävle68,700
38.NO Kristiansand67,547
39.FI Hämeenlinna66,257
40.SE Borås63,400

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41.SE Södertälje60,300
42.DK Randers60,227
43.SE Eskilstuna60,200
44.FI Rovaniemi59,274
45.FI Vaasa58,607
46.SE Täby58,593
47.SE Karlstad58,500
48.DK Kolding57,087
49.FI Seinäjoki56,578
50.SE Halmstad55,688


European Capitals of Culture

1985 Athens * 1986 Florence * 1987 Amsterdam * 1988 West Berlin * 1989 Paris * 1990 Glasgow * 1991 Dublin * 1992 Madrid * 1993 Antwerp * 1994 Lisbon * 1995 Luxembourg City * 1996 Copenhagen * 1997 Thessaloniki * 1998 Stockholm * 1999 Weimar * 2000 Reykjavík * Bergen * Helsinki * Brussels * Prague * Kraków * Santiago de Compostela * Avignon * Bologna * 2001 Rotterdam * Porto * 2002 Bruges * Salamanca * 2003 Graz * 2004 Genoa * Lille * 2005 Cork * 2006 Patras * 2007 Luxembourg City and Greater Region * Sibiu * 2008 Liverpool * Stavanger * 2009 Linz * Vilnius * 2010 Essen * Istanbul * Pécs * 2011 Turku * Tallinn * 2012 Maribor * Guimarães * 2013 Košice * Marseille

Summer Olympic Games host cities

1896: Athens * 1900: Paris * 1904: St. Louis * 1908: London * 1912: Stockholm * 1920: Antwerp * 1924: Paris * 1928: Amsterdam * 1932: Los Angeles * 1936: Berlin * 1948: London * 1952: Helsinki * 1956: Melbourne * 1960: Rome * 1964: Tokyo * 1968: Mexico City * 1972: Munich * 1976: Montreal * 1980: Moscow * 1984: Los Angeles * 1988: Seoul * 1992: Barcelona * 1996: Atlanta * 2000: Sydney * 2004: Athens * 2008: Beijing * '2012: London * '2016: Rio de Janeiro

Host cities of the Eurovision Song Contest

1950sLugano * Frankfurt * Hilversum * Cannes |
1960sLondon * Cannes * Luxembourg * London * Copenhagen * Naples * Luxembourg * Vienna * London * Madrid |
1970sAmsterdam * Dublin * Edinburgh * Luxembourg * Brighton * Stockholm * The Hague * London * Paris * Jerusalem |
1980sThe Hague * Dublin * Harrogate * Munich * Luxembourg * Gothenburg * Bergen * Brussels * Dublin * Lausanne |
1990sZagreb * Rome * Malmö * Millstreet * Dublin * Dublin * Oslo * Dublin * Birmingham * Jerusalem |
2000sStockholm * Copenhagen * Tallinn * Riga * Istanbul * Kiev * Athens * Helsinki * Belgrade * Moscow |
2010sOslo |



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