Tishkan District

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Tishkan
تیشکان
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Tishkim District was formed within Kishim District in 2005
Country Afghanistan
Province Badakhshan
Government
  TypeDistrict council
Population
  Estimate 
(2019)
33,165

Tishkan (Persian : تیشکان) is one of the 29 districts of Badakhshan province in eastern Afghanistan. It was created in 2005 from part of Kishim District and is home to approximately 33,165 residents. [1]

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References

  1. "Estimated Population of Afghanistan 2019-20" (PDF). Central Statistics Organization. 18 November 2019. p. 27. Retrieved 6 April 2020.