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Kihelkonna Parish

Kihelkonna Parish
Kihelkonna vald
Municipality of Estonia
Flag of Kihelkonna Parish
Coat of arms of Kihelkonna Parish
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Kihelkonna Parish within Saare County.
Kihelkonna Parish within Saare County.
Country Estonia
County Saare County
Administrative centre Kihelkonna
 • Mayor Jüri Saar
 • Total 245.94 km2 (94.96 sq mi)
Population (01.01.2006)
 • Total 891
 • Density 3.6/km2 (9.4/sq mi)

Kihelkonna Parish is situated in Saare County, Estonia.

The parish includes the islands named Aherahu, Juksirahu, Kalarahu, Käkirahu, Laasirahu, Loonalaid, Maturahu, Mihklirahu, Noogimaa, Nootamaa, Ojurahu, Salava, Uus-Nootamaa, Vaika islands, Vesiloo, and Vilsandi, and the peninsula (formerly an island) of Harilaid.

The municipality has a population of 891 (as of 1 January 2006) and covers an area of 245.94 km².


Small borough



Abaja - Abula - Kallaste - Kalmu - Karujärve - Kehila - Kiirassaare - Kõõru - Kõruse - Kotsma - Kuralase - Kuremetsa - Kurevere - Kuumi - Kuusiku - Läägi - Lätiniidi - Liiva - Loona - Mäebe - Metsaküla - Neeme - Odalätsi - Oju - Pajumõisa - Pidula - Rannaküla - Rootsiküla - Sepise - Tagamõisa - Tammese - Tohku - Undva - Üru - Vaigu - Varkja - Vedruka - Veere - Viki - Vilsandi - Virita

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