Location in Kabul Province
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Kabul District is a district of Kabul Province, Afghanistan. The seat lies at Kabul.
Bagrami is a village situated in the eastern fringes of Kabul atand 1797 m altitude, part of municipal District 12 and partly in District 22. The population is 31,680. Downtown Kabul can be reached in 30 minutes. The Bagrami Industrial Park is one of the major projects for the economy of the region. In 2010 the town also harboured a shanty town of mud-built huts from refugees escaping the violence of the Taliban insurgency in the southern provinces of Afghanistan.
Qalai Naeem is a village in eastern Afghanistan. It is the district center of Char Asiab District, Kabul Province. It is located atat 1,843 m altitude.
Deh Sabz District is situated northeast of Kabul City in Afghanistan. It has a population of 100,136 people. About 70% are Pashtuns and 30% are Tajiks.
Sultankhel Tarakhel is a village and the center of Deh Sabz District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It is situated northwest of Kabul atat 1794 m altitude. The village is big, with more than 2,000 households. It is close to the Kabul International Airport. The Tarakhelis, a Pashtun tribe, are the main inhabitants of the village, thus the name Tarakhel
Guldara is a village and the center of Guldara District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It is located atat 1722 m altitude, 45 km North of Kabul. The village was almost fully destroyed and now is continuing the process of rehabilitation. A new clinic has been opened. A local NGO, Afghan Educational and Rehabilitation Organisation (AERO) is running this clinic which will provide family planning, child and general health services to a population of around 38,000 people.
Istalif District is located in the northwestern part of Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It has a population of 8,500, a mixture of Tajiks, Pashtuns and Hazaras.
Khak-i Jabbar is a village and the center of Khaki Jabbar District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It is located atat 2,287 m altitude.
Mir Bacha Kot is a village and the center of Mir Bacha Kot District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It is located atat 1690 m altitude, 25 km North of Kabul. The village infrastructure was destroyed during the war.
Mussahi (Masa'i) is a village and the center of Mussahi District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It is located atat 1844 m altitude in a river valley 25 km south of Kabul. The village was seriously damaged during the two decades of wars that were fought in the country, and is now undergoing a rehabilitation process.
Surobi, Sarobi, or Sarubi District is a district of Kabul Province, Afghanistan. Its capital, Surobi, lies about 60 kilometres east of Kabul along the A01 highway, although much of the district lies northeast of Kabul. Surobi is famous all over Afghanistan as it is birthplace to Faisal Babakarkhail a well known Jihadi commander famous for his bravery and courage against Soviet Troops. Its principal river is the Kabul River.
Surōbī is a town and the center of Surobi District in Kabul Province, Afghanistan, located at the junction of the Kabul River and Panjshir River. Surobi is located onat 998 m altitude between Kabul and Jalalabad. The population was more than 22,000 people in 2007.
The village of Dehnawe Farza is the center of the Farza District, Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It is located onat 2,111 m altitude.
The Tagab District is situated in the eastern part of Kapisa Province, Afghanistan. It borders with Parvan Province to the West, Mahmud Raqi and Nijrab in Nijrab is to the North, Alasay District to the East and Kabul Province to the South-East. The population is 71,700 (2006) - Pashtun and some Pashai. The district center is the village of Tagab, located in the western part of the district.
The Panjshir River flows through the Panjshir Valley in northeastern Afghanistan, 150 kilometres (93 mi) north of Kabul. Its main tributary is the Ghorband River which flows from the Parwan Province and joins the Panjshir River 10 km east of Charikar. The Panjshir River flows southward through the Hindu Kush and joins the Kabul River at the town of Surobi. A dam was built on the Panjshir River near Surobi in the 1950s to supply water from the Panjshir River to the Kabul River. There is just one permanent bridge on Panjshir river that provides access to Bagram Airport. On 12 July 2018, there was a flood in Panjshir valley in which ten people were killed.
The 2002 Kabul bombing was a car bombing that killed 26 people and wounded 167 on September 5, 2002, in front of the Ministry of Information and Culture building in Kabul, Afghanistan. It was the biggest and deadliest attack since the formation of the Karzai administration. The Taliban, al-Qaeda, and Gulbuddin Hekmatyar's group have all been suspects. It came shortly after Hekmaytar called for a holy war against the foreign troops of ISAF. Just a few hours after the bombings, Hamid Karzai narrowly survived an assassination attempt by a Taliban member in the city of Kandahar.
Shah-Do Shamshira Mosque, the name translates to Mosque of the King of Two Swords, is a yellow two-story mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan on Andarabi Road, just off the Kabul River and the Shah-Do Shamshira bridge in the center of the city. It was built during the reign of Amanullah Khan (1919-1929). It was modelled after the Ortaköy Mosque in Istanbul. The design of this mosque is quite unusual for Islamic religious architecture. Its Italian decorative stucco creates an interesting effect that some describe as ‘Afghan Baroque’.
Kārte Seh, is a neighborhood in western Kabul, Afghanistan, part of District 6. It is a planned and middle-class settlement and is associated with Afghanistan's Shia Hazara minority. Karte Seh is also famous for being the site of the orphanage Aziza is sent to in Khaled Hosseini's novel A Thousand Splendid Suns.
The Arg serves as the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan. It sits on a 34-hectare (83-acre) site in District 2, between Deh Afghanan and the affluent neighbourhood of Wazir Akbar Khan. The Arg was built after the destruction of the Bala Hissar in 1880 by the British Indian troops. It has been used by many Afghan kings and presidents, from Emir Abdur Rahman Khan to current President Ashraf Ghani.
On 8 March 2017, the Sardar Daud Khan Military Hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, was attacked by a group of gunmen, some of them dressed in white hospital robes. Government officials confirmed at least 49 people were killed in the hours-long assault, while 63 others were injured. By March 13 the unconfirmed death toll had surpassed 100, with an unknown number injured. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant claimed to have carried out the attack, but officials suspected the Haqqani network instead.
For the pavilion in Iran, see Chehel Sotoun
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