Waras District

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Waras
Location within Afghanistan
Coordinates: 34°13′12″N66°54′07″E / 34.22000°N 66.90194°E / 34.22000; 66.90194 Coordinates: 34°13′12″N66°54′07″E / 34.22000°N 66.90194°E / 34.22000; 66.90194
Country Flag of Afghanistan.svg  Afghanistan
Province Bamyan Province
Elevation
2,794 m (9,167 ft)
Population
 (2011)
  Total76,398

Waras (Varas) District is a mountainous district in the southern part of Bamyan Province, Afghanistan. Its population is 76,398 people (2011), [1] who are entirely Hazara, according to AIMS data. The main village is Waras (other names: Waras, Sewake Dahanwaras, Dahanwars, Sēwake Dahanwaras, Dahan Varas, Waras, Dahanwars). It is situated at 2,794 m altitude.

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References

  1. "Bamiyan Socio-Demographic and Economic Survey" (PDF). Central Statistics Organization. Retrieved 20 August 2015.