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Position of Kulosaari within Helsinki
|Area||1.81 km2 (0.70 sq mi)|
|• Density||2,083/km2 (5,390/sq mi)|
Kulosaari is home to 3,700 people (2003), and has a size of 1.81 square kilometres (0.70 sq mi). Although some low-rise apartment blocks were built in the 1960s, the area is still rather secluded and wealthy having mostly free-standing villas.
The island is host to both Swedish-speaking and Finnish-speaking primary schools and the KSYK (Kulosaaren Yhteiskoulu, Kulosaari Secondary School) international secondary school, as well as Brändö Gymnasium, a
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