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Raahe Church and statue of Per Brahe
Coat of arms

Raahe (Swedish: Brahestad) is a town in Northern Ostrobothnia, Finland. It was founded by Swedish statesman and Governor General of Finland Count Per Brahe the Younger. As of 28 February 2023, 24,050 people lived there. Neighbouring municipalities are Haapavesi, Oulainen, Pyhäjoki, Siikajoki and Siikalatva.

Three municipalities have been merged with Raahe: Saloinen in 1973, Pattijoki in 2003 and Vihanti in 2013.

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