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Muhu Parish

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Muhu Parish

Estonian: Muhu vald
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Muhu Parish within Saare County
Country
Estonia
County
Saare County
Area
 • Total208 km2 (80 sq mi)
Population
 (2019.01.01)
 • Total1,876
 • Density9.0/km2 (23/sq mi)
ISO 3166 codeEE-478

Muhu Parish (Estonian: Muhu vald) is a rural municipality of Estonia, in Saare County.[1] It has a population of 1876 (as of 1 January 2019)[citation needed] and an area of 208 km2 (80 sq mi).[2]

Geography

Muhu Parish is located on Muhu or Muhumaa and its neighbouring smaller islands of Kesselaid, Viirelaid, Võilaid and Suurlaid. It is located in the West Estonian archipelago and part of Saare County in the northeast of it. The main island, Muhu, is the third-largest island under the jurisdiction of Estonia. It touches the Baltic Sea. Muhu Parish is separated from mainland Estonia by the Suur Strait (Moonsund) and Saaremaa island by the Väike Strait.

Settlements

There are 52 villages (küla) in Muhu Parish. The villages are: Aljava, Hellamaa, Igaküla, Kallaste, Kantsi, Kapi, Kesse, Koguva, Kuviastu, Külasema, Laheküla, Lalli, Leeskopa, Lehtmetsa, Lepiku, Levalõpme, Liiva, Linnuse, Lõetsa, Mäla, Mõega, Mõisaküla, Nautse, Nõmmküla, Nurme, Oina, Pädaste, Päelda, Paenase, Pallasmaa, Pärase, Piiri, Põitse, Raegma, Rannaküla, Rässa, Raugi, Rebaski, Ridasi, Rinsi, Rootsivere, Simiste, Soonda, Suuremõisa, Tamse, Tupenurme, Tusti, Vahtraste, Vanamõisa, Viira, Võiküla, Võlla.

Gallery

  • Northern coast of Muhu
    Northern coast of Muhu
  • Muhu Stronghold
    Muhu Stronghold

References

  1. ^ "Päring kohanimeandmebaasist. Eesti kohanimed". www.eki.ee (in Estonian). Retrieved 6 July 2020.
  2. ^ "Maakatastri statistika". Maa-amet (in Estonian). Retrieved 6 July 2020.
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