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Women’s socks HALJALA PARISH

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Haljala Parish was located in Virumaa in North Estonia.

Haljala Church Parish was established at the beginning of the 13th century by combining the northern and eastern parts of the ancient parish of Repel. The parish was first mentioned in 1241.
Its territory was fully located in what is today Lääne-Viru County. Approximately 45% of the central and southern parts of the historical parish make up the modern Haljala Parish. The northern parts of the historical parish that border with the Gulf of Finland make up the eastern part of today’s Vihula Parish. The south-eastern section of the historical parish is part of today’s Viru-Nigula Parish and a small southern part is located in modern Rakvere Parish. A small section in the east of the historical parish makes up the western edge of today’s Sõmeru Parish. A long section in the west of the historical parish is part of today's Kadrina Parish.

The sock pattern is borrowed from the checkered pattern of a capote dress.

Colour: orange
Composition: 80% cotton 17% polyamide 3% elastane

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