Helsinki Tourism in Finland
Helsinki is the capital and largest city in Finland and on tour with the beach is fabulous with a very pure nature. Helsinki is located in southern Finland, in the Gulf Coast of Finland and the Baltic Sea. It was founded as a market town by King Gustav I of Sweden in 1550 as the town of Helsingfors, and intended to be a rival to the Hanseatic City of Reval and today known as Tallinn. Construction of the fortress of Sveaborg Navy in Finland and in the 18th century helped increase Helsinki, but that time is not up to Russia and Sweden beat Finland in the war and annexed Finland as an autonomous Duchy of Finland in 1809, and the city began to develop into a great city. During the war, Russia laid siege to Sveaborg fortress and most major cities destroyed in a fire in 1808. Finland has a Major financial, political, educational, and cultural and research centers as well as one of the major cities in Northern Europe. About 70% of the foreign companies operating in Finland have settled in the region.
In 2009 Helsinki was chosen to be the capital of design for the year 2012 by the International Council of societies of industrial design, and almost beat Eindhoven. It has a population of 602,200 in the year 30 September 2012, and a metropolitan population of 1,354,540, making it the most populous town and urban area in Finland. It is located about 80 kilometers north of Tallinn, Estonia, 400 kilometers east of Stockholm, Sweden, and 300 kilometers west of Saint Petersburg, Russia. This place has a strong historical connection to the three cities. The urban area includes the city of Helsinki and the majority of other majority such as Espoo and Vantaa, which limit the border Helsinki to the West and North, each of which is an enclave in the municipality of Espoo. And this is the northernmost urban area in the world more than a million people, and the northernmost city with the capital city of the European Union. This place is perfect for the long view of history.