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Get in Afghanistan

Posted in on 6-19-13

Get in Afghanistan

 Visas Most visitors need to apply for a visa in advance, and are often easier to obtain than you might expect. See the Afghanistan Foreign Ministry’s visa webpage [3]. By...

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Afghanistan Overview

Posted in on 6-19-13

Afghanistan Overview

Capital     Kabul Government     Islamic republic Currency     Afghani (AFN) Area     647,500 km2 Population     30,419,928 (July 2012 est.) Language     Afghan Persian...

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Regions in Afghanistan

Posted in on 6-19-13

Regions in Afghanistan

West Afghanistan East Afghanistan Northwest Afghanistan Northeast Afghanistan South Afghanistan Note English spellings of Afghan place names vary. For example, Q may replace K as in...

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Cities in Afghanistan

Posted in on 6-19-13

Cities in Afghanistan

     Kabul – in the east, the capital city Balkh – an ancient city in the north, its history still palpable Bamiyan – The remains of the Buddhas. Once considered one...

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Understand Afghanistan

Posted in , on 6-19-13

Understand Afghanistan

Afghanistan has spent the last 3 decades in the news for all the wrong reasons. While visiting has not been advisable for several years, it has much to offer the intrepid traveller. That...

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Get around in Afghanistan

Posted in on 6-19-13

Get around in Afghanistan

By plane Planes fly between Kabul and the major cities (Kandahar, Herat and Mazar-e Sharif) at varying frequency. If weather is suitable, flights are operated daily. Most flights depart...

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See in Afghanistan

Posted in on 6-19-13

See in Afghanistan

Afghanistan has several sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List, including: the Minaret of Jam, North of Herat the Buddhist sculptures at Bamiyan, largely destroyed by Taliban Almost every...

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Buy in Afghanistan

Posted in on 6-19-13

Buy in Afghanistan

Afghani (AFN) is, perhaps non-surprisingly, the currency of Afghanistan. As of December, 2009, US$ 1 equals about 48.50 Afghanis, while € 1 trades about 70 Afghanis. Carpets sold in...

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