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Buin va Miandasht

For the administrative subdivision, see Fereydunshahr County.
Buin va Miandasht
بوئين ومياندشت
Buin va Miandasht
Buin va Miandasht

Coordinates: 33°04′25″N 50°09′54″E / 33.07361°N 50.16500°E / 33.07361; 50.16500Coordinates: 33°04′25″N 50°09′54″E / 33.07361°N 50.16500°E / 33.07361; 50.16500

Country  Iran
Province Isfahan
County Buin va Miandasht
Bakhsh Central
Population (2006)
 • Total 9,933
Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)
 • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30)

Buin va Miandasht (Persian: بوئين ومياندشت‎, also Romanized as Bū‘īn va Mīāndasht and Bū‘īn-e Mīāndasht, all meaning "Buin and Miandasht"; also known as Toreli)[1] is a city in and the capital of Central District, in Buin va Miandasht County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 9,933, in 2,537 families.[2]

The city was a merger to two smaller settlements Buin (Persian: بوئين), also Romanized as Bū’īn and Boo’in, and Miandasht (Persian: مياندشت), also Romanized as Mīāndasht, Meyāndasht, and Mīyandasht.

This city and its surroundings is mainly populated by the Iranian Georgians. The locals call it Toreli.[3][4][5][6][7][8]


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