Districts Of Turku
The city of Turku, Finland is divided into nine wards (see Wards of Turku), which in turn are divided into 78 non-governmental districts (kaupunginosat in Finnish, stadsdelar in Swedish). These are composed of individual suburbs, and in the very centre of the city, sectors of the central business district are identified by Roman numerals. This is a list of the districts in Turku in alphabetical order, grouped by wards.
The names are given first in Finnish, and then in Swedish (if applicable) in brackets. For districts that have an English name, it is given first with other languages following. When a district is divided between two or three wards, it is listed under each and this is indicated by a footnote.
Read more about Districts Of Turku: City Centre (Ward 1), Hirvensalo-Kakskerta (Ward 2), Uittamo-Skanssi (Ward 3), Itäharju-Varissuo (Ward 4), Koroinen (Ward 5), Tampereentie (Ward 6), Kuninkoja (Ward 7), Naantalintie (Ward 8), Maaria-Paattinen (Ward 9)
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