Pihtla Parish

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Pihtla Parish
Pihtla vald
Municipality of Estonia
Kaali meteorite crater
Flag of Pihtla Parish
Flag
Coat of arms of Pihtla Parish
Coat of arms
Pihtla Parish within Saare County.
Pihtla Parish within Saare County.
Country Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia
County Saaremaa lipp.svg Saare County
Administrative centre Pihtla
Area
 • Total 228.11 km2 (88.07 sq mi)
Population (01.01.2006)
 • Total 1,400
 • Density 6.1/km2 (16/sq mi)
Website www.pihtlavv.ee

Pihtla Parish was a municipality in Saare County, Estonia. The municipality had a population of 1,400 (as of 1 January 2006) and covered an area of 228.11 km².

During the administrative-territorial reform in 2017, all 12 municipalities on the island Saaremaa were merged into a single municipality – Saaremaa Parish.[1]

Villages[edit]

Eiste - Ennu - Haeska - Hämmelepa - Iilaste - Ilpla - Kaali - Kailuka - Kangrusselja - Kiritu - Kõljala - Kõnnu - Kuusiku - Laheküla - Leina - Liiva - Liiva-Putla - Masa - Matsiranna - Metsaküla - Mustla - Nässuma - Pihtla - Püha - Rahniku - Räimaste - Rannaküla - Reeküla - Reo - Sagariste - Salavere - Sandla - Sauaru - Saue-Putla - Sepa - Sutu - Suure-Rootsi - Tõlluste - Väike-Rootsi - Väljaküla - Vanamõisa

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kihelkonna valla, Kuressaare linna, Laimjala valla, Leisi valla, Lääne-Saare valla, Mustjala valla, Orissaare valla, Pihtla valla, Pöide valla, Salme valla, Torgu valla ja Valjala valla osas haldusterritoriaalse korralduse ja Vabariigi Valitsuse 3. aprilli 1995. a määruse nr 159 „Eesti territooriumi haldusüksuste nimistu kinnitamine" muutmine". Riigi Teataja (in Estonian). Retrieved 11 December 2017.

Coordinates: 58°18′15″N 22°41′57″E / 58.30417°N 22.69917°E / 58.30417; 22.69917