Qaramqol District

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Qaramqol

قرم قل
District
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Qaramqol
Location within Afghanistan [1]
Coordinates: 36°47′N64°58′E / 36.79°N 64.96°E / 36.79; 64.96 Coordinates: 36°47′N64°58′E / 36.79°N 64.96°E / 36.79; 64.96
CountryFlag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Faryab Province
District Qaramqol
Population
 (2009) [2]
  Total17,100

Qaramqol (Qaramqũl) district is located south of Andkhoy District in the northern part of Faryab Province. [2] with an ethnic composition of 5% Pashtun, 35% Uzbek and 60% Turkman. [3] The district center Qaram Qũl is close to the town of Andkhoy.

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References

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