Kehtna Parish

Kehtna Parish

Kehtna Parish ( _et. Kehtna vald) is a rural municipality in central Estonia. It is a part of Rapla County. The municipality has a population of 5,182 (as of 1 January 2004) and covers an area of 507.3 km². The population density is 10.2 inhabitants per km².

Administrative centre of the municipality is Kehtna small borough. The other small boroughs are Kaerepere, Eidapere, Lelle and Keava. There are also 43 villages in Kehtna Parish.

External links

* [ Official website] (available only in Estonian)
* [ Kehtna Basic School] (available only in Estonian)
* [ Kehtna School of Economy and Technology] (available only in Estonian)

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