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Marown is one of the seventeen historic parishes of the Isle of Man.

It is located in the centre of the island, in the sheading of Middle, though historically, from 1796 until 1986, it was in the sheading of Glenfaba.[2][3]

Settlements in the parish include Braaid, Crosby and Glen Vine.

Marown has an area of about 9 square miles (23 km2) and is the only landlocked parish on the island. The River Dhoo flows through the parish.