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["ios"]How did your neighbourhood look decades ago? To find out, you don't need to look for paper maps anymore because from Vanhatkartat.fi you can find old maps in digital form. You can compare old maps to the current map to see how your neighbourhood has developed over the years. Locate yourself on...
["wordpress"]With Kuntaranking.fi you can see statistics of different municipalities in Finland. Service uses open data from VisitFinland, Statistics Finland and Finnish Patent and Registration Office. Kuntaranking.fi is only available in Finnish.
Know Your Hoods helps you to find the most fitting neighbourhood for you to move to. You can also use the service to learn more about the neighbourhood you live in and to get to know all the fascinating places and services nearby. There are different search criteria that you can use to filter...