Sangi Takht District

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Sang-e-Takht

سنگ تخت
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Sang-e-Takht
Location within Afghanistan [1]
Coordinates: 34°11′24″N65°54′36″E / 34.19000°N 65.91000°E / 34.19000; 65.91000 Coordinates: 34°11′24″N65°54′36″E / 34.19000°N 65.91000°E / 34.19000; 65.91000
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Province Daykundi Province

Sangi Takht or Sang‐e‐Takht (Dari : سنگ تخت) is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. [2] It was created in 2005 from Daykundi district.

The Sangtakht-Bandar District has 290 villages. It has an area of 1,095 square kilometres (423 sq mi) and a population of 78,900. This district is limited by the Ghor Province and the Ashtarlay District of Daikundi.

The people of Sangtakht-Bandar District are typically farmers. This district lacks an asphalt road[ citation needed ] and its government office does not have the building.

A few villages in the district are Santakht, Bandar, Seyahchob, and Dorob.

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References

  1. "District Names". National Democratic Institute. Retrieved 6 May 2015.
  2. "Daykundi Province ‐ Socio‐demographic and Economic Survey Highlights" (PDF). Central Statistics Organization of Afghanistan. Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 May 2015. Retrieved 5 May 2015.