Kushki Kuhna

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Kushki Kuhna
CountryFlag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Herat Province
District Kushki Kuhna District
Elevation
3,691 ft (1,125 m)
Time zone UTC+4:30

Kushki Kuhna is a town and the center of Kushki Kuhna District, Herat Province, Afghanistan. [1] It is located at 34°52′17″N62°32′54″E / 34.8714°N 62.5483°E / 34.8714; 62.5483 Coordinates: 34°52′17″N62°32′54″E / 34.8714°N 62.5483°E / 34.8714; 62.5483 at 1125 m altitude and is 170 km northeast of Herat.

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References

  1. "Kushki Kuhna". GEOnet Names Server . Retrieved 12 September 2019.

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