Aybak District

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Aybak

ایبک
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Aybak
Location in Afghanistan
Coordinates: 36°09′22″N68°02′52″E / 36.1560°N 68.0478°E / 36.1560; 68.0478 Coordinates: 36°09′22″N68°02′52″E / 36.1560°N 68.0478°E / 36.1560; 68.0478
CountryFlag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Samangan Province
Time zone + 4.30

Aybak District is a district in Samangan Province, Afghanistan. It contains the town of Aybak which serves as the provincial capital of Samangan. The population in 2019 was estimated to be 116,281. [1]

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References

  1. "Estimated Population of Afghanistan 2019-20" (PDF). Central Statistics Organization. 18 November 2019. p. 31. Retrieved 4 April 2020.