Parun District

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Parun
پارون
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Parun
Location within Afghanistan
Coordinates: 35°24′00″N70°48′00″E / 35.40000°N 70.80000°E / 35.40000; 70.80000
Country Flag of Taliban.svg  Afghanistan
Province Nuristan Province
Capital Parun
A US soldier pulls security in Parun District in 2007 Parun.jpg
A US soldier pulls security in Parun District in 2007

Parun District (Pashto : پارون ولسوالۍ, Persian : ولسوالی پارون) is a district of Nuristan Province in Afghanistan. [1] The district centre is Parun, which is a small town.

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  1. "Afghanistan Administrative Divisions" map, March 2007, Afghanistan Information Management Services (AIMS)


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