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The Farza District is a new district of Kabul Province, Afghanistan, with a population of 18,000 people. [ citation needed ]Farza is one of the greenest districts of Kabul. Two hundred years ago the people of Farza had a kingdom lifestyle. The center of Farza is called Qala Mera, which was made by Sayed Baabshah. Sayed's people had strong rules and they were peaceful people.
According to the UNHCR, in 2002, the population consisted of a mixture of Pashtuns and Tajiks. 45 km (28 mi) north of Kabul in the hills of the northwestern part of the Shomali Plain. Farza district contains eighteen villages. Agriculture is the primary source of income.In January 1991, Farza was separated as an independent district from Mir Bacha Kot District but this structure was never recognized by the Taliban government. The district headquarters is Dehnawe Farza. Farza is a small district located
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Kuz Kunar or Khewa is a district in the north of Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, on the Kunar River. It is counted one of the more secured districts of Nangarhar, where many foreigners go to visit the social, agricultural and structural rehabilitation of the area. Its population, which is 75% Pashtun, was estimated at 167,640 in 2002, of whom 32,000 were children under 12.
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The village of Dehnawe Farza is the center of the Farza District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It is located onat 2,111 m altitude.
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Azra District is a district of Logar Province, Afghanistan. It is located in the eastern part of the district and is 140 km from the capital Kabul. It was moved from Paktia Province. The district is geographically isolated from the capital of Logar. The primary agriculture in the district is hemp. The population in 2019 was estimated to be 22,588.
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