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Pala Parish

Pala Parish
Pala vald
Municipality of Estonia
Flag of Pala Parish
Flag
Coat of arms of Pala Parish
Coat of arms
Pala Parish within Jõgeva County.
Pala Parish within Jõgeva County.
Country Estonia
County Jõgeva County
Administrative centre Pala
Area
 • Total 156.71 km2 (60.51 sq mi)
Population (01.01.2004)
 • Total 1,363
 • Density 8.7/km2 (23/sq mi)
Website .ee.palawww

Pala Parish (Estonian: Pala vald) is a rural municipality in eastern Estonia. It is a part of Jõgeva County. The municipality has a population of 1,363 (as of 1 January 2004) and covers an area of 156.71 km². The population density is 8.7 inhabitants per km². There is a total of 23 villages in Pala Parish.

Administrative centre of the municipality is Pala village with population of 276. It was first mentioned in 1582 as Pallawes. There are a school, a musical school, a library and a cultural centre in Pala village.

Settlements

Villages

Assikvere - Äteniidi - Haavakivi - Kadrina - Kirtsi - Kodavere - Kokanurga - Lümati - Metsanurga - Moku - Nõva - Pala - Perametsa - Piibumäe - Piirivarbe - Punikvere - Raatvere - Ranna - Sääritsa - Sassukvere - Sõõru - Tagumaa - Vea

External links

  • Official website (Estonian)


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