Helsinki are the main and largest city of Finland. They are also its largest port. Founded in 1550, their center lies on a small peninsula on the banks of the Gulf of Finland but still has a fairly large area facing east. They occupy a total area of 686 km² and have about 560,000 inhabitants. Nearby there are three other cities, Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen, with which they form a densely connected neighborhood with a total population of more than 1 200 000 inhabitants.

23. April 2017


Finland in December 2017 celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. On this occasion, throughout the year 2017, various events, concerts, exhibitions and other […]