Kose Parish within Harju County.
|• Mayor||Merle Pussak|
|• Total||532.85 km2 (205.73 sq mi)|
|• Density||13/km2 (35/sq mi)|
Kose Parish (Estonian: Kose vald) is a rural municipality in northern Estonia. It is a part of Harju County. The municipality has a population of 5,737 (as of 1 January 2004) and covers an area of 237.33 km². The population density is 24.2 inhabitants per km².
In October 2013, neighbouring Kõue Parish was merged with Kose Parish.
Administrative centre of the Municipalities is the small borough (Estonian: alevik) of Kose. There are total of 5 small boroughs (Ardu, Habaja, Kose, Kose-Uuemõisa and Ravila) and 58 villages in Kose Parish: Aela, Ahisilla, Äksi, Alansi, Harmi, Kadja, Kanavere, Kantküla, Karla, Kata, Katsina, Kirivalla, Kiruvere, Kolu, Kõrvenurga, Kõue, Krei, Kuivajõe, Kukepala, Laane, Leistu, Liiva, Lööra, Lutsu, Marguse, Nõmbra, Nõmmeri, Nõrava, Nutu, Ojasoo, Oru, Pala, Palvere, Paunaste, Paunküla, Puusepa, Rava, Raveliku, Riidamäe, Rõõsa, Saarnakõrve, Sääsküla, Sae, Saula, Sõmeru, Silmsi, Tade, Tammiku, Triigi, Tuhala, Uueveski, Vahetüki, Vanamõisa, Vardja, Vilama, Virla, Viskla and Võlle.
Stage actress Ester Pajusoo (born 1934) was born in Kose Parish (then Tuhala Parish)
Twin towns — sister cities
View at Kose
Grave of navigator Otto von Kotzebue
Tuhala Witch's well
Landscape in Vilama
Pirita River in Kose
- "Sõprusvallad" (in Estonian). Kose vald. Retrieved 16 November 2010.
- Official website (in Estonian)
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