History of Vantaa

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Rekola in 1969

Rekola in 1969

Tikkurila in 1983

Tikkurila in 1983

Tikkurila in 1969

Tikkurila in 1969

The bridge over Kerava river in Tikkurila, 1969.

The bridge over Kerava river in Tikkurila, 1969.

Tikkurila swimming hall in 1964

Tikkurila swimming hall in 1964

Koivukylä in 1981

Koivukylä in 1981

Keimola motor stadium, built in 1966 and abandoned in 1978

Keimola motor stadium, built in 1966 and abandoned in 1978

The terminal of Helsinki-Vantaa airport in 1952. The airport was built in that year for the summer olympics and is misleadingly named, since it's located in Vantaa and Tuusula, not Vantaa and Helsinki.

The terminal of Helsinki-Vantaa airport in 1952. The airport was built in that year for the summer olympics and is misleadingly named, since it's located in Vantaa and Tuusula, not Vantaa and Helsinki.

Helsinge village in 1918

Helsinge village in 1918

Vantaa grew rapidly in the 1970's. The picture is from Hakunila, Eastern Vantaa

Vantaa grew rapidly in the 1970's. The picture is from Hakunila, Eastern Vantaa

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