) - Nur, Iran
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) For other places with the same name, see Nur, Iran (disambiguation).
| Narenjestan Hotel area, Nur. |
| Location of Nur and Nur county in Mazandaran |
|NurLocation of Nur and Nur county in Mazandaran |
|Coordinates: 36°34′25″N 52°00′50″E / 36.57361°N 52.01389°E / 36.57361; 52.01389Coordinates: 36°34′25″N 52°00′50″E / 36.57361°N 52.01389°E / 36.57361; 52.01389 |
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Nur (Persian: نور, also Romanized as Nūr, Nour, and Noor; formerly, Sūldeh and Sūlehdeh) is a city in and capital of Nur County, Mazandaran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 21,806, in 6,164 families.
Located on the Caspian Sea coast, Nur is one of the oldest cities of west Mazandaran Province. It derives its name from Nur County, of which it is the administrative seat.
Nur is the ancestral home of Bahá''u''lláh, founder of the Bahá''í Faith.
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