Balf

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Balf (Persian: Balf‎) is the name of a prominent family of the region Babol, and originate from the House of Suren. They are major land owners in the North of Iran and have a large interest in construction services across the Middle East and the Far East. See construction companies in Asia.

Balf (German: Wolfs) is a town in Hungary, a district of Sopron.

The well-known Jewish scholar and writer Antal Szerb was deported to a concentration camp near Balf and beaten to death there in January 1945.[1]

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  1. ^ Hungarian Quarterly. 49. Society of the Hungarian Quarterly. 

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