Vantaa is a city in Finland bordering the Finnish capital Helsinki in the South and the south western part. Other municipalities in Finland which are in the neighborhood are Nurmijarvi,
The railway station of Vantaa is situated in Tikkurila. Contiguous to the railway station there is a city museum in Vantaa. Vantaa is the birth place of the prominent Finnish race driver Mika Hakkinen. Vantaa is also a striking place for jobs and business as it is positioned in the core of an international metropolis.
The city museum of Vantaa assembles objects which are connected to the past and present of Vantaa. The museum also takes part in safeguarding the cultural environment of Vantaa. In Vantaa there are 61 districts. Vantaa includes 243 square kilometer out of which 1.90 square kilometer is water. The name of Vantaa was taken into account from the year 1972, when this municipality achieved market town rights.
The city of Vantaa was shocked by the bomb explosion on October 11, 2002. The explosion took place at the local Myyrmanni shopping centre. And it resulted in the killing of seven people. The Pyhan Laurin Kirkko is a beautiful sixteenth century church in Vantaa and it is the third biggest granite church in Finland with superb paintings. The church is also recognized for its exceptional acoustics. So Vantaa is really a striking place with notable features.