Kamppi and Southwest

Kamppi and southwestern is here defined as the part of the city raying out to the southwest of the , stretching along freeway 51 to the border of next-door .

Notable Places in the Area

The is an art museum located on Bulevardi in , . Photo: Samulili, CC BY 2.5.

The Alexander Theater is a Finnish theater in the city of at Bulevardi 23-27, also known as Russian Theater. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The is part of the University of the Arts Helsinki and a university-level music school which operates in and , . Photo: Mahlum, Public domain.

Helsinki Art Museum, abbreviated as HAM, is an art museum in , . Photo: Arkkipuudeli, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

The "Daughter of the Baltic", is 's capital and largest city. Photo: Pöllö, CC BY 3.0.

consists of the central parts of east of Mannerheimintie, south of Pitkäsilta and north of Esplanadi; in short the commercial downtown plus Kruunuhaka and Katajanokka. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

Western Helsinki comprises the parts that are west of the railway, northwest of Baana and all the way past Munkkiniemi and Munkkivuori shopping mall up to the Haaga roundabout. Photo: Ypsilon from Finland, CC0.

Kamppi and Southwest

  • Type: Territorial entity
  • Description: part of the city raying out to the southwest of the city core, stretching along freeway 51 to the border of next-door Espoo. It's delimited by Baana and Hietaniemi cemetery in the northwest, Mannerheimintie in the east and Bulevardi in the southeast. In addition to Kamppi, Ruoholahti and Jätkäsaari it also includes Lauttasaari.
  • Location: , , , , ,
60.1633° or 60° 9' 47.9" north
24.9214° or 24° 55' 17" east

Also Known As

  • English: Helsinki/Kamppi and Southwest

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