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This article is about the suburb of Turku, Finland. For the village in Uusimaa, see Nummi-Pusula. For the GM/Toyota joint venture, see NUMMI. For the neighborhood of Rauma, Finland, see Nummi, Rauma. For the coin, see Nummus. For the actor, see Ron Nummi.
Nummi on a map of Turku.

Nummi (Finnish; Nummis in Swedish) is a district and a suburb of the city of Turku, Finland. It is located in the north-eastern part of the city, just outside the city centre and south of the river Aura. It is the fourth largest district in Turku, having a population of 7,011 (as of 2004), with an annual growth rate of 2.21%.

10.03% of the district's population are under 15 years old, while 8.17% are over 65. The district's linguistic makeup is 87.98% Finnish, 5.65% Swedish, and 6.38% other.

Nummi is one of the oldest suburbs of Turku. In addition to the area of Nummi proper (sometimes called Nummenpakka in the local dialect), the district incorporates the former villages of Hannunniittu and Kuuvuori, as well as the Turku Student Village, the largest student housing complex in Finland.

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Coordinates: 60°27′30″N 22°18′30″E / 60.45833°N 22.30833°E / 60.45833; 22.30833