Views of the mansions located in the northwestern part of the Bay of Töölönlahti. Eläintarha (Swedish:'' 'Djurgården''') is a large park in the center of Helsinki, Finland. The name "Eläintarha" means "zoo". The location of the park acts as a divider between the districts of Töölö west, and Hakaniemi and Kallio in the east. The southern half of the park includes two bays of the Baltic Sea: Toolonlahti westward and eastward Eläintarhanlahti. Railway line to the north, stretching from the central train station run between these bays Helsinki, effectively dividing the park Eläintarha half. At the north-western end of the park, near the district Laakso, there is a sports arena called Eläintarhan urheilukenttä, or "Eltsu" as he is known to Helsinkians. From 1932 to 1963, the stadium hosted Eltsu annual motorcycle racing and racing cars, known as Eläintarhanajot or "Eltsunajot", but these were subsequently canceled as too dangerous. Despite the name, there has never been a zoo in Eläintarha. There are two theories about the misleading name. The most popular one is that Henrik Borgström, who bought the park area in the middle of the nineteenth century, had announced plans to build a zoo there, and by the 1880s, the name was established Eläintarha upfront anticipation of the zoo, which never materialized. The city of Helsinki Borgström bought the park in 1877. Another theory is that the name is simply a translation of the park of Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. The real Helsinki Zoo is located on the island of Korkeasaari.