() is a municipality
. It is located in the province
of Southern Finland
and is part of the Tavastia Proper region
. Loppi was founded in 1632. The municipality has a population of () The population density
is . The municipality is unilingually Finnish
There are three big villages in Loppi: Loppi (Kirkonkylä), Launonen
. Most of the inhabitants of the municipality live in these villages. Other villages include Hevosoja, Hirvijärvi, Hunsala, Joentaka, Kormu, Metsäkylä, Ourajoki, Pilpala, Räyskälä, Sajaniemi, Salo, Teväntö, Topeno and Vojakkala, but most of them are minor compared to the three largest.
's hunting lodge (Marskin maja
(Marshal's lodge) in Finnish) was moved from Karelia
to Loppi in 1942 during the Continuation War
. It is located on the side of lake Punelia and nowadays functions as a restaurant.
The Räyskälä airfield is located in Loppi. It is home to the Finnish Sports Aviation Academy and one of the busiest small airfields in Finland.
The church of Saint Birgitta
is situated in Loppi. It is commonly called the Santa Pirjo
, Pirjo being the Finnish version of the name Birgitta. The church is one of the oldest wooden churches in Finland, being about 300 years old.