Turku, Lounais-Suomi

Turku
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CountryFinland


Turku is Finlands oldest town and can be found in the region of Lounais-Suomi (Southwestern Finland) in Finland. Turku, as a town, was never founded. The Pope first mentioned the town Aboa in his Bulla in 1229 and the year is now used as the foundation year of the city.

As of 30 September 2018, the population of Turku was 191,499 making it the sixth largest city in Finland.

Turku was the first town on the mainland Finland to have active turf players.

Zones

There are 498 turfzones in Turku, where one is counted as a winner zone, one as a water zone, two as trainstation zones, one as a monument, 13 are counted as holy zones, 19 as bridge zones, and one as a castle zone.

Zontyp02.png Winner Zones

Zontyp03.png Water Zones

Zontyp04.png Trainstation Zones

Zontyp06.png Monument Zones

Zontyp07.png Holy Zones

Zontyp09.png Bridge Zones

Zontyp10.png Castle Zones

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