Lammi [ lɑm ː i] (Swedish Lampi ) is a former municipality in the southern Finnish landscape Kanta -Häme. At the beginning of 2009, it was amalgamated with the municipalities Hauho, Kalvola, Renko and Tuulos into town Hämeenlinna.
Lammi is in the countryside Kanta -Häme, halfway between the towns of Hämeenlinna (37 miles west) and Lahti (40 km east). The distance to the capital Helsinki is 120 km. Apart from the same community center belonged to the municipality of Lammi villages Arrankorpi, Hauhiala, Hietonen, iso- Evo, Jahkola, Kataloinen, Kostila, Kuurikka, Kättärlä, Lampelto, Lieso, Montola, Mulkoila, Niipala, Oinen, Onnenvuori, Paakkola, Pakkasela, Palonen, Parikkala, Perinkää, Pienistö, Porraskoski, Rantonen, Riikonen, Ronni, Sankola, Syrjäntausta, Takaperä, Tanttila, Tommala, Vilkkilä, Vähä - Evo, Ylänne and Ylännäinen. The municipality covered an area of 611.32 km ² (of which 73.69 km ² inland waters). The population was 5,530 last.
The first recorded mention of the parish Lammi dates back to 1374th The medieval stone church of the town was the beginning of the 16th century. The production of Sahti, a kind of Finnish beer house, has in Lammi tradition, so that the place is sometimes dubbed as " Sahti community ".