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Otaņķi parish

Otaņķi parish (Latvian: Otaņķu pagasts) is an administrative unit of the Nīca municipality, Latvia. The parish has a population of 962 (as of 1/07/2010) and covers an area of 120.5 km2.

Villages of Otaņķi parish

  • Baidzele
  • Banažgals
  • Dorupe
  • Laukgals
  • Laurciems
  • Mežgals
  • Otaņķi
  • Rude
  • Rumbasgals
  • Šķuburi
  • Upmaļciems

Coordinates: 56°22′29″N 21°05′32″E / 56.37472°N 21.09222°E / 56.37472; 21.09222

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