Andarab District

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Andarab

اندراب
District
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Andarab
Location within Afghanistan
Coordinates: 35°37′42″N69°10′38″E / 35.62833°N 69.17722°E / 35.62833; 69.17722
Country Flag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Baghlan Province
Population
 (2004)
  Total120,642

Andarab district is located in the southern part of Baghlan Province, Afghanistan. The estimated population of Andarab in 2004 was roughly 120,642. [1] Tajiks make up the entire population of the district. [2] The district centre is the village of Andarab.

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Coordinates: 35°37′42″N69°10′38″E / 35.62833°N 69.17722°E / 35.62833; 69.17722