Roihuvuori (Swedish: Kasberget, or Roihis and Roihika) is a quarter, part of Herttoniemi neighbourhood in Helsinki, Finland. The population of Roihuvuori is approximately 8,000 and its area is 1.47 km². There is a church, two schools, shops and restaurants in Roihuvuori. There is also a water tower, Japanese style garden and playground Tuhkimo.
Each street in Roihuvuori were named after fairy tales, with the exception being Roihuvuori's main street (Roihuvuorentie). For example, Lumikintie is "Snow white street" and Tuhkimotie is "Cinderella" street".
Japanese style garden
An alder forest at Strömsinlahti, Roihuvuori
The Roihuvuori water tower
Coordinates: 60°12′N 25°04′E / 60.200°N 25.067°E / 60.200; 25.067
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