Websites and webpages in the English language that are related to Muhu rural municipality (part of Saaremaa county) in the Republic of Estonia. Muhu island comprises the largest part of the municipality and is the second largest island in Saaremaa county. The municipality also includes several smaller islands, including: Kesselaid, Suurlaid, Viirelaid, and Võilaid as well as many small islets. Muhu municipality covers an area of 198 km² and has a population of approximately 1,800. It consists of 52 villages (Estonian: külad):
- Main villages: Hellamaa, Koguva, Kuivastu, Liiva, Nõmmküla and Pädaste.
- Other villages: Aljava, Igakül, Kallaste, Kantsi, Kapi, Kesse, Külasema, Laheküla, Lalli, Leeskopa, Lehtmetsa, Lepiku, Levalõpme, Linnuse, Lõetsa, Mõega, Mõisaküla, Mäla, Nautse, Nurme, Oina, Paenase, Pallasmaa, Piiri, Põitse, Päelda, Pärase, Raegma, Rannaküla, Raugi, Rebaski, Ridasi, Rinsi, Rootsivere, Rässa, Simisti, Soonda, Suuremõisa, Tamse, Tupenurme, Tusti, Vahtraste, Vanamõisa, Viira, Võiküla, and Võlla.
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Ostrich and emu farm in Nautse Village.
Muhu Island in Estonia
A profile of the island including its history, geography, and culture. Includes a map showing the villages and the other islands around it.
Koguva Village. Farm buildings and equipment, textiles, a former village school, and the birthplace of writer Juhan Smuul.
A manufacturer of wooden kitchenware and other goods. Mostly made of juniper and alder. Photos of products. [Estonian, English, Finnish]
Last update:August 24, 2016 at 22:05:08 UTC