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Ulvila

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Ulvila (Swedish: Ulvsby) is a town and municipality of Finland. It is one of the six medieval cities of Finland, as well as the third oldest city in the country. However, its position as a city, which it had since the 14th century, was taken over by Pori in the 16th century.

Ulvila is located in the province of Western Finland and in the region of Satakunta. Ulvila is located just 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) southeast of the city of Pori along Highway 2. The municipality has a population of 12,724 (31 March 2021) and covers an area of 422.51 square kilometres (163.13 sq mi) of which 21.82 km2 (8.42 sq mi) is water. The population density is 31.75 inhabitants per square kilometre (82.2/sq mi).

The municipality is unilingually Finnish.

The medieval St. Olaf's Church is dedicated to St. Olaf, who also is portrayed in the arms of the municipality.

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