Location in Kabul Province
|• Total||600 km2 (200 sq mi)|
|• Density||330/km2 (860/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+04:30 (AST)|
|Main languages|| Farsi (Dari)|
Paghman District is situated in the western part of Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It has a population of over 120,000 people (2002 official UNHCR est.).
Paghman district borders Wardak and Parwan provinces to the west, Shakardara District to the north, Kabul to the east and Char Asiab District to the south-east. Its headquarters is the town of Paghman, which is situated in the northeastern part of the district.
Due to the wars in the region, 50% of the buildings in the district were destroyed and many people fled. Agriculture, labour work, animal husbandry and employment in Kabul City are the major sources of income. There are several villages, including Dara Pashayee, Adam Khel Kala, Hatam Kala, Seeno Kala, Mullah Khel Kala, Muhabbat Khan Kala, Lachi Khel Kala, Pajakk Tappa, etc.
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