Mahmud Raqi District

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Mahmud Raqi
District
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Mahmud Raqi district (in blue)
Country Afghanistan
Capital Mahmud Raqi
Population
 (2006)
  Total56,800

Mahmud Raqi District (Persian: ولسوالی محمود راقی ) is located in the western part of Kapisa Province, Afghanistan. It borders with Parvan Province to the south and with other districts from Kapisa Province: Nejrab District and the former Kohistan District to the north and Tagab District to the southeast. The district center is the town of Mahmud Raqi - the provincial capital. The population is 56,800 (2006).


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