Hakunila

Hakunila Hakunila, is a district and major region of the municipality of Vantaa, Finland, located within eastern part of the city. The district has a population of 11,238 and a population density of.The district is bordered to the west by Lahdenväylä, to the south by the Ring III beltway, to the east by the districts of Ojanko and Sotunki, and to the north by the district of Itä-Hakkila.
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Most of central Hakunila was built during the 1970s, and consists of high-rise residential tower blocks.The Hakunila major region consists of nine districts: the central Hakunila, Itä-Hakkila, Kuninkaanmäki, Länsimäki, Länsisalmi, Ojanko, Rajakylä, Sotunki, and Vaarala. As of January 2014, the Hakunila major region has a total population of 29,214 and a population density of.HistoryHakunila is a Finnish translation of the Swedish name Håkansböle, the original village that stood in the same location. During the 17th century, two distinct villages were formed in the area around Hakunila; Håkansböle and Nissbacka. The name of the village, Håkansböle, derives from the name of the original founder of the village, Håkan Jönsson, who lived in the area in the 16th century.

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