Qadis District

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Qadis
district
Afghanistan Badghis Qadis district location.PNG
Qadis District within Badghis Province
Country Afghanistan
Province Badghis
Area
  Land3,385 km2 (1,307 sq mi)

The Qadis District is located in the southern part of Badghis province, Afghanistan, between the districts Jawand in the East, Qala i Naw in the west, Muqur and Bala Murghab in the North. In the South is the Herat province. The capital is Qadis. [1]

The Firozkhoi tribe of the Chahar Aimaq once occupied the area. [2]

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References

  1. "Qadis District, Badghis, Afghanistan". www.mindat.org. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  2. Jonathan L. Lee (1996). The "ancient supremacy": Bukhara, Afghanistan, and the battle for Balkh, 1731-1901. BRILL. pp. 151–. ISBN   978-90-04-10399-3 . Retrieved 31 March 2011.

Coordinates: 34°52′53″N63°29′03″E / 34.88139°N 63.48417°E / 34.88139; 63.48417