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Encyclopedia > Anjalankoski

Anjalankoski is a lively and developing town in Southern Finland with approx. 17.000 inhabitants. About 4/5 of the people live in the vicinity of the Kymi River. The most densely populated communities are Myllykoski and Inkeroinen. In addition there is plenty of vital countryside. This is a list of towns in Finland. ...


The success of the town is based on the forest industry along the Kymi Riverside. The paper factories Stora Enso Oyj and Myllykoski Paper Oy are the main employers together with the town itself.


Anjalankoski offers plenty of cultural and sport activities, namely the football team MyPa. A place worth visiting is the Anjala Manor Museum with its surroundings.


The municipality is unilingually Finnish.


External links

  • Official website


Municipalities of Kymenlaakso
Anjalankoski | Elimäki | Hamina | Iitti | Jaala | Kotka | Kouvola | Kuusankoski | Miehikkälä | Pyhtää | Valkeala | Virolahti
Kymenlaakso | Southern Finland | Finland

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Stora Enso - Tampella, Anjalankoski Mill (335 words)
In 1993 the company’s forest and packaging business was bought by Enso-Gutzeit Oy.
In 1872 Baron Carl August Standertskjöld was given permission to build a wood pulp mill in the present town of Anjalankoski on the banks of the Kymijoki River at the Ankkapurha rapids.
He also obtained the rights to make board and paper.
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