Kauniainen is a small town and a region of 9,559 inhabitants 31 January 2019 in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area, Finland. It is encompassed by the City of Espoo, in Greater Helsinki. Kauniainen was established by a company in 1906, AB Grankulla, that allocated and made a suburb for estates; Kauniainen got the status of a market town in 1920, the Finnish name in 1949, and the title of kaupunki "city, town" in 1972.
The civil tax assessment rate in Kauniainen is the most minimal in Finland 16.5%, which has made the city appealing to high-pay families. This thusly makes the normal salary for the most part high, making it possible to keep the tax collection rate low without trading off the support of the inhabitants. Around 58% of the population have Finnish as their primary language while 38% are Swedish speakers. The prevailing party in the city gathering has generally been the Swedish People's Party.
Around 10,000 years back, after the Ice Age, just a couple of islets were obvious in the Yoldia Sea, statures that today structure the most astounding pinnacles of the zone that is today known as Kauniainen. As the land gradually climbed Kauniainen turned into a piece of the inward archipelago around 4,000 years prior and there is proof of human action in the region in type of bits of pottery from this timeframe. Be that as it may, the primary changeless settlements in the zone were set up in the 19th century. Today Kauniainen is located a few kilometers from the ocean.