Samur, Azerbaijan

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Samur is located in Azerbaijan
Coordinates: 41°37′52″N 48°25′36″E / 41.63111°N 48.42667°E / 41.63111; 48.42667Coordinates: 41°37′52″N 48°25′36″E / 41.63111°N 48.42667°E / 41.63111; 48.42667
Country  Azerbaijan
Rayon Qusar
Population [citation needed]
 • Total 2,388
Time zone AZT (UTC+4)
 • Summer (DST) AZT (UTC+5)

Samur is a village and municipality in the Qusar Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has a population of 2,388 and is named after the river which forms the Azerbaijan-Russia frontier. Samur is itself the nearest village to the SDK border crossing where the M1 highway crosses into Russia. This border crossing is the only legal road crossing between the two nations though there is also a railway crossing at Yalama. Both are open to CIS citizens only.