Pöide Parish

Pöide Parish
Pöide vald
Pöide church
Pöide church
Flag of Pöide Parish
Coat of arms of Pöide Parish
Pöide Parish within Saare County.
Pöide Parish within Saare County.
Country Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia
County Saaremaa lipp.svg Saare County
Administrative centre Tornimäe
Area
 • Total 123.6 km2 (47.7 sq mi)
Population
 (01.01.2006)
 • Total 953
 • Density 7.7/km2 (20/sq mi)
Website www.saaremaa.ee/poide

Pöide Parish was a municipality in Saare County, Estonia. The municipality covered an area of 123.6 km² (47.7 mi²) and had a population of 953 (as of 1 January 2006).

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

Villages

Ardla - Are - Iruste - Kahutsi - Kakuna - Kanissaare - Kärneri - Keskvere - Koigi - Kõrkvere - Kübassaare - Leisi - Levala - Metsara - Mui - Muraja - Neemi - Nenu - Oti - Puka - Pöide - Reina - Sundimetsa - Talila - Tornimäe - Ula - Unguma - Uuemõisa - Välta - Veere

Pöide Church

Pöide Church is located in Pöide Parish. Pöide St. Mary's church dominates the surrounding low countryside. Due to its massiveness, it gives the impression of a fortress rather than a church. Indeed, its history is entwined with Saaremaa's battles and fortresses. After the conquest of Saaremaa in 1227, the eastern part of Saaremaa belonged to the Livonian Order, who built a fortress at Pöide as their headquarters during the second half of the 13th century. This fortress was destroyed by the Saarlanders during the wave of uprisings against the occupying forces that took place in Estonia and Saaremaa during St.George's Night Uprising of 1343. There was a chapel on the southern side of the fortress, and the walls of this chapel form the central part of Pöide Church. The church was last burnt and its interior completely destroyed during World War II. It is slowly being restored.[2]

Manors

[3]

Koigi Manor
Koigi Manor
  • Pöide church Manor (Pastorat Peude)
  • Audla (Hauküll) - A Knight manor
  • Kahtla (Kachtla, Kjachtla) - A State manor
  • Keskvere (Keskfer) - A State manor
  • Kingli (Müllershof) - A Knight manor
  • Koigi (Koik) - A Knight manor
  • Kõiguste (Koigust) - A State manor
  • Kübassaare (Kübbasaar) - A support manor of Uuemõisa manor
  • Laimjala (Laimjall) - A Knight manor
  • Maasi (Masik) - A State manor
  • Muraja (Murajo) - A support manor of Uuemõisa manor
  • Orissaare (Orrisaar) - A Knight manor
  • Oti (Peudehof) - A Knight manor
  • Reina or Salli (Saltack) - A Knight manor
  • Saare (Holmhof) - A Knighthood manor
  • Tumala (Thomel) - A Knight manor
  • Uuemõisa (Neuenhof) - A State manor

References

  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.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-09-30. Retrieved 2007-06-02.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Estonian Manors". Retrieved 2 June 2012.

See also

Coordinates: 58°30′44″N 23°03′32″E / 58.51222°N 23.05889°E / 58.51222; 23.05889


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