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Mini-Map of Sweden with marker at Lomma Kommun

Lomma Kommun

Modern living in Greater Malmö

The municipality of Lomma is located in the western part of southern Swedish county Skåne, at the Öresund, the strait between Denmark and Sweden. In the north, the river Kävlingeån forms the boundary to the neighboring municipality Kävlinge. The municipalities Lund and Staffanstorp are located in the east and the river Höje å is the border to the neighboring municipality Burlöv in the south.

The municipality Lomma is not very large and with an area of just over 56 square kilometers it is even one of the ten smallest municipalities in Sweden. The municipality is located near the city Malmö and has a population density of nearly 418 inhabitants per square kilometer. For Swedish conditions this is fairly dense. There are living about 23,000 inhabitants in Lomma kommun.

There are just three towns that have more than 200 inhabitants. These include the principal town Lomma with nearly 11,000 inhabitants, Bjärred with just over 9,500 inhabitants and the small village Flädie with around 250 residents.