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  1. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › HelsinkiHelsinki – Wikipedia

    Helsinki ist das politische, wirtschaftliche, wissenschaftliche und kulturelle Zentrum Finnlands. Rund sechs Prozent der Einwohner Helsinkis sind schwedischsprachig, offiziell ist die Stadt zweisprachig. Helsinki liegt 80 km nördlich von Tallinn, Estland, 400 km östlich von Stockholm, Schweden, und 300 km westlich von Sankt Petersburg ...

  2. Helsinki fue elegida Capital Mundial del Diseño para el año 2012, [7] sede de los Juegos Olímpicos en 1952 y del 52.º Festival de Eurovisión en 2007. Helsinki es conocida a nivel mundial por su gran diseño, el cual es bien evidente en sus calles, comercios y edificios, formando parte de la red de ciudades creativas por la Unesco desde 2014.

  3. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › HelsinkiHelsinki - Wikipedia

    Storia. Helsinki venne fondata nel 1550 su ordine del re di Svezia Gustav Vasa con il nome di Helsingfors sul sito di Forsby, alla foce del fiume Vanda.Il villaggio era affiancato già da un porto, menzionato per la prima volta con il nome di Helsinge ("stretto", "golfo", "approdo") nel 1351 in un documento del re Magnus II di Svezia che garantiva i diritti per la pesca del salmone sul fiume ...

  4. The Helsinki Metro (Finnish: Helsingin metro, Swedish: Helsingfors metro) is a rapid transit system serving Greater Helsinki, Finland. It is the world's northernmost metro system. It was opened to the general public on 2 August 1982 [4] after 27 years of planning.

  5. The Helsinki-to-Tallinn Tunnel is a proposed undersea tunnel that would span the Gulf of Finland and connect the Finnish and Estonian capitals by train. The tunnel's length would depend upon the route taken: the shortest distance across would have a submarine length of 50 kilometres (30 mi), which would make it the longest undersea tunnel in the world (both the Channel Tunnel and Seikan Tunnel ...

  6. Greater Helsinki (Finnish: Helsingin seutu, Suur-Helsinki, Swedish: Helsingforsregionen, Storhelsingfors) is the metropolitan area surrounding Helsinki, the capital city of Finland. It includes the smaller Capital Region ( Pääkaupunkiseutu , Huvudstadsregionen ) urban area .

  7. The Helsinki Central Library Oodi (Finnish: Helsingin keskustakirjasto Oodi; Swedish: Helsingfors centrumbibliotek Ode), commonly referred to as Oodi (lit. ' ode ' ), is a public library in Helsinki , Finland .

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