Which region is Kabul?
|No. of districts||22|
|No. of Gozars||630|
What geographic region is Afghanistan in?
Afghanistan is located in Central Asia with Iran to the west and Pakistan to the east. Tall, forbidding mountains and dry deserts cover most of the landscape of Afghanistan. The jagged mountain peaks are treacherous, and are snow covered for most of the year.
What is the main region of Afghanistan?
Afghanistan is a landlocked mountainous country located within South Asia. It is also sometimes included as part of the Middle East or Central Asia. The country is the 40th largest in the world in size….Geography of Afghanistan.
|• Total||647,230 km2 (249,900 sq mi)|
Where is the capital of Afghanistan located in the world?
Afghanistan is a landlocked mountainous country located within South Asia. It is also sometimes included as part of the Middle East or Central Asia. The country is the 40th largest in the world in size. Kabul is the capital and largest city of Afghanistan, located in the Kabul Province.
Where is the Kabul River located in Afghanistan?
Kabul is surrounded by Koh-e Paghman Mountain from the east, Koh-e Qrough Mountain from the south-west and Koh-e Shirdarwaza Mountain from the north-east. Kabul has only one river which is called Kabul River. Kabul River rises at the Paghman Mountain toward South Pass about 70 km (43 mi) west of Kabul.
What kind of people live in Kabul Afghanistan?
The city of Kabul is multi-ethnic. As of 2003, it is composed of Tajiks 40% ,Pashtuns 35%, Hazaras 15% , Uzbeks,2% Baloch, 1% Turkmen 1%, and 1% Hindu. The Dari and Pashto languages are widely used in the region although Dari Persian serves as the lingua franca.
Where are the mountain ranges located in Afghanistan?
Land elevations generally slope from northeast to southwest, following the general shape of the Hindu Kush massif, from its highest point in the Pamir Mountains near the Chinese border to the lower elevations near the border with Uzbekistan. To the north, west, and southwest there are no mountain barriers to neighboring countries.