Marmul District

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Marmul

مارمل
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Marmul
Location within Afghanistan [1]
Coordinates: 36°37′48″N67°20′24″E / 36.63000°N 67.34000°E / 36.63000; 67.34000 Coordinates: 36°37′48″N67°20′24″E / 36.63000°N 67.34000°E / 36.63000; 67.34000
Country Flag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Balkh Province
Population
 (2012)
  Total11,100

Marmul (Dari : مارمل) is a small district, [2] located in the central part of Balkh Province in northern Afghanistan. The capital Marmul (also Marmol) is in its southern end on the border with the Chahar Kint district.

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References

  1. "District Names". National Democratic Institute. Archived from the original on 29 January 2016. Retrieved 30 July 2015.
  2. "Settled Population of Balkh Province" (PDF). Central Statistics Organisation. Retrieved 30 July 2015.