Halinen

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Halinen on a map of Turku.

Halinen (Finnish; Hallis in Swedish) is a district and a suburb of the city of Turku, Finland. It is located in the north-eastern part of the city, bordering the Littoinen district in Kaarina. It is rather densely populated, having a population of 3,501 (as of 2004), with an annual growth rate of 0.34%.

23.11% of the district's population are under 15 years old, while only 3.43% are over 65, making the district one of the youngest in Turku. The district's linguistic makeup is 76.66% Finnish, 4.51% Swedish, and 18.82% other. This reflects the fact that Halinen is one of the areas with the highest proportion of immigrants in the city, as well as one with a high student population.

Halistenkoski rapids.

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  • Media related to Halinen at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 60°28′19″N 22°19′0″E / 60.47194°N 22.31667°E / 60.47194; 22.31667