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  1. Hans_Fuccz
    18th-July-2008 - permalink
    hey buddy do u know something here in finlandlive with the name of tina amah?
  2. Hans_Fuccz
    17th-July-2008 - permalink
    hey are u online in facebook?
  3. maniya
    12th-July-2008 - permalink
    congratulation!*for the awards *
  4. pedroagi
    30th-June-2008 - permalink
    ohh ok. and how about finland, did you like it? :P
    I'm going to study at tkk.. hope i can learn a lot and spend some good times there.
    good luck to your studies, hope you can join ericsson.
  5. Blazco_
    29th-June-2008 - permalink
    no way mate! Today Germany lifts the cup
  6. pedroagi
    29th-June-2008 - permalink
    hi there mate.
    do you study at or studied at TKK? 'cause I saw that you have the same area as me ( telecomunications engeneering). :P
  7. Blazco_
    27th-June-2008 - permalink
    Hey mate, long time, no see!
    How you doing?
  8. angelica.monterola
    14th-June-2008 - permalink
    Sure we can. how are you?
  9. natsumi382
    23rd-May-2008 - permalink
    I haven't been at Espoo so many times or a long period that I could tell my opinion, but I like the most about my own home place anyways... this is one of the most wanted places in Finland for the families and at the same time the young people (11 years-) drinks here most from the hole Finland.^^
    But Espoo is a big place (from my view XD), so maybe this area is nice where your flat is.
    Wow, you'll have a long day! Thought that sounds fun too.
    Heh, to what Scandic hotel you're going to go?
    My best friend's dad is a boss in the two of those three in Helsinki,
    so I've also have often visits there.
    But I probably have to go now... see you later?
    Hyvää yötä!
  10. natsumi382
    23rd-May-2008 - permalink
    Oh you're going to have a new flat?! That's nice! Can I ask what kind of is it?
    Three jobs!!!!! Okay... the school starts to feel easy somehow...^^

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Posted 1 Week Ago at 12:52 PM by T-bag Comments 3
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Kallio is one of the main district in Helsinki,located on the eastern side of the Helsinki about one kilometer north from the citycenter. It is the most densely populated area in Finland. Kallio (literally "the rock") is separated from the city center by the Siltasaarensalmi strait, over which is a bridge called Pitkäsilta ("long bridge"). Traditionally, the bridge marks the symbolic divide between the bourgeois center and the more working class areas around Kallio.

However, working-class families as the most typical Kallio residents have long ago been replaced by young adults and elderly people living alone, in a process which could be seen as some sort of gentrification. For many people who move into Helsinki from elsewhere in Finland, Kallio is the area where they first settle. Most flats are small (one bed room flat -like my flat ), and rents are typically somewhat lower than elsewhere in central Helsinki( but still more than lots of other districts), lots of student resident this arera .

as I am living there and observing the life style Kallio has a reputation as a "bohemian" and liberal area more than any other district in Helsinki. Among other things, it is distinctive for its heterogeneous population and large number of bars and pubs, usually with relatively low price level ,there is the old style bars with all kind of annoying drunk peopole and also the new wave of bars like (HOLA ) (Rytmii) and others that I havnt visit yet . The area...
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