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Lümati elm tree
Pala Parish within Jõgeva County.
|• Total||156.71 km2 (60.51 sq mi)|
|• Density||8.7/km2 (23/sq mi)|
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.
Assikvere - Äteniidi - Haavakivi - Kadrina - Kirtsi - Kodavere - Kokanurga - Lümati - Metsanurga - Moku - Nõva - Pala - Perametsa - Piibumäe - Piirivarbe - Punikvere - Raatvere - Ranna - Sääritsa - Sassukvere - Sõõru - Tagumaa - Vea
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