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Martna Parish

Martna Parish
Martna vald
Municipality of Estonia

Coat of arms
Country County Lääne County
Administrative centre Martna
 • Total 269 km2 (104 sq mi)
Population (2006)
 • Total 996
 • Density 3.7/km2 (9.6/sq mi)

Martna (Estonian: Martna vald) is a rural municipality of Estonia, in Lääne County. It has a population of 996 (2006) and an area of 269 km².


Martna Parish has 33 villages:

Allikotsa, Ehmja, Enivere, Jõesse, Kaare, Kaasiku, Kabeli, Kasari, Keravere, Keskküla, Keskvere, Kesu, Kirna, Kokre, Kurevere, Laiküla, Liivaküla, Martna, Männiku, Niinja, Nõmme, Ohtla, Oonga, Putkaste, Rannajõe, Rõude, Soo-otsa, Suure-Lähtru, Tammiku, Tuka, Uusküla, Väike-Lähtru, Vanaküla.


External links

  • Official website (Estonian)

Coordinates: 58°51′22″N 23°48′14″E / 58.856°N 23.804°E / 58.856; 23.804

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