Lash Wa Juwayn District

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Lash Wa Juwayn

لاش جوین
District
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Lash Wa Juwayn
Location within Afghanistan
Coordinates: 31°49′34″N61°13′48″E / 31.82611°N 61.23000°E / 31.82611; 61.23000 Coordinates: 31°49′34″N61°13′48″E / 31.82611°N 61.23000°E / 31.82611; 61.23000
Country Flag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Farah Province
US military engineers survey a planned bridge in Tojg, Lash wa Juwayn district Tojg-LashwaJuwayn-Farah.jpg
US military engineers survey a planned bridge in Tojg, Lash wa Juwayn district
United States soldiers oversee construction of the Tojg Bridge in Afghanistan Tojg Bridge construction - January 2010.jpg
United States soldiers oversee construction of the Tojg Bridge in Afghanistan

Lash wa Juwayn (also transliterated Lash o Jawain) is a district in Farah Province, Afghanistan. Its population, which is approximately 30% Pashtun and 70% Tajik (ethnic Persian or Fars-tabar), was estimated at 28,000 in January 2005. [1] The main town, also called Lash wa Juwayn, is situated at 508 m altitude by Daryacheh-ye Sistan lake.

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References

  1. "District Profile" (PDF). UNHCR. Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 October 2005. Retrieved 15 June 2006.