Askola

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Location

Askola is a municipality in southern Finland. Almost 5,000 people lived there 2013. There are famous giant's kettles in Askola, called Askolan Hiidenkirnut. Askola's neighbouring municipalities are Myrskylä, Mäntsälä, Pornainen, Porvoo and Pukkila.

Farming has been important in Askola for a long time.

Population growth[change | change source]

Population
Year Population
1980
4,058
1985
4,130
1990
4,248
1995
4,269
2000
4,389
2005
4,555
2010
4,864

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