|Area||1.65 km2 (0.64 sq mi)|
|• Density||4,511/km2 (11,680/sq mi)|
Pihlajamäki is an important site for modern Finnish architecture, and it is the first of Helsinki's suburbs built in the 1960s that was conserved en bloc with a town plan. The architecture of the suburb is unassuming, but there is a distinct polarity in the buildings and surrounding scenery, which creates rich nuances.
- Pihlajamäki to be Helsinki's first protected '60s suburb. hs.fi (16 May 2010)
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