Position of Mellunmäki within Helsinki
|Area||2.23 km2 (0.86 sq mi)|
|Neighbouring subdivisions||Mustavuori, Keski-Vuosaari, Vartioharju, Vesala|
Mellunmäki (Swedish: Mellungsbacka) (Slang: Meltsi) has been a quarter of eastern Helsinki, Finland since 1946. Serious construction of the area began in 1950 and it was originally designed for 7000 inhabitants. There are over 8500 inhabitants in the area today (2013). Apart from the grocery stores Mellunmäki does not offer many services. Most people visit Kontula or Itäkeskus for services not offered by their home district. The metro station of Mellunmäki, the last stop on the line, is the world's northernmost metro station.
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