Viljandi Parish

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Viljandi Parish
Viljandi vald
Municipality of Estonia
Viljandi Parish within Viljandi County.
Viljandi Parish within Viljandi County.
Country Estonia
County Viljandi County
Administrative centre Viljandi
Government
 • Mayor Ene Saar (IRL)
Area
 • Total 651 km2 (251 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 9,741
 • Density 15/km2 (39/sq mi)
Website www.viljandimaa.ee/viljandivald

Viljandi Parish (Estonian: Viljandi vald) is a rural municipality of Viljandi County, Estonia. It is located around the town of Viljandi, but does not include it.

Viljandi Parish was established by merging four municipalities: Paistu, Pärsti, Saarepeedi and Viiratsi parishes. This took place after the local government council elections held on 20 October 2013.[1]

Between 1939 and 1950, Viljandi Parish existed with different borders.

Populated places[edit]

Viljandi Parish has 2 small boroughs (alevik) Ramsi and Viiratsi and 75 villages: Aidu, Aindu, Alustre, Auksi, Heimtali, Hendrikumõisa, Holstre, Intsu, Jämejala, Jõeküla, Karula, Kassi, Kibeküla, Kiini, Kiisa, Kingu, Kokaviidika, Kookla, Kuudeküla, Laanekuru, Leemeti, Loime, Lolu, Loodi, Luiga, Mäeltküla, Mähma, Marna, Matapera, Moori, Mustapali, Mustivere, Paistu, Päri, Pärsti, Peetrimõisa, Pinska, Pirmastu, Puiatu, Pulleritsu, Raudna, Rebase, Rebaste, Ridaküla, Rihkama, Ruudiküla, Saareküla, Saarepeedi, Savikoti, Sinialliku, Sultsi, Surva, Taari, Tänassilma, Tobraselja, Tohvri, Tömbi, Tõnissaare, Tõrreküla, Turva, Tusti, Tõnuküla, Uusna, Väike-Kõpu, Välgita, Valma, Vanamõisa, Vana-Võidu, Vanavälja, Vardi, Vardja, Vasara, Verilaske, Viisuküla and Võistre.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Siseministeerium Tekib seitse tugevat valda. 2013

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