Bazargan, Afghanistan

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Bazargan
Location in Afghanistan
Coordinates: 34°21′15″N62°00′18″E / 34.35417°N 62.00500°E / 34.35417; 62.00500
CountryFlag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Herat Province
Time zone UTC+4:30

Bazargan (Persian : بازرگان, also Romanized as Bāzargān, Bazirgun, or Bāzergūn) is a village in Herat Province, Afghanistan. Coordinates: 34°21′15″N62°00′18″E / 34.35417°N 62.00500°E / 34.35417; 62.00500

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