Valjala Parish (or Valjala rural municipality) is a rural municipality in western Estonia. It is a part of Saare County. The municipality has a population of 1,397 (as of 1 January 2006) and covers an area of 180.02 km².
Location [ edit ]
Valjala Parish is situated between
Laimjala Parish (east), Pihtla Parish (west) and Leisi Parish (north).
Villages and boroughs [ edit ]
The parish consists of one
small borough, Valjala, and 32 villages: Ariste, Jursi, Jõelepa, Jööri, Kalju, Kallemäe, Kalli, Kogula, Koksi, Kuiste, Kungla, Kõnnu, Kõriska, Lööne, Männiku, Nurme, Oessaare, Põlluküla, Rahu, Rannaküla, Röösa, Sakla, Siiksaare, Turja, Tõnija, Undimäe, Vanalõve, Veeriku, Vilidu, Võrsna, Väkra, Väljaküla.
Other features [ edit ]
The parish has 2
schools, kindergarten, and several manors.
sacral building in Estonia is Valjala church. The construction began in 1227.
See also [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
Coordinates: 58°25′N 22°47′E / 58.41°N 22.79°E