Lohja

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Lohja (Swedish: Lojo) is a city in Uusimaa, Finland. As of January 2014 almost 48,000 people live there. Nearby municipalities are Inkoo, Karkkila, Raasepori, Siuntio, Vihti, Salo, Somero and Tammela.

In 2009, Sammatti became a part of Lohja. In 2013, the former municipalities of Karjalohja and Nummi-Pusula were merged with Lohja.

A large cave is located in Lohja.

The people in Lohja speak two languages: Finnish and Swedish.

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