|Area||48,471 km² (18,715 sq mi)|
|Population||925,016 (2006) |
|Density||9.0 /km² (23 /sq mi)|
|Main languages||Pashto |
Farah (Pashto/Persian: فراه) is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan. It is in the southwest of the country. Its capital is Farah. Farah is large with few people living in it. It is the fourth largest province in Afghanistan. It is on the Iranian border. Most of the people are Pashtun.
Districts[change | change source]
|Anar Dara||24,782||70% Tajik, 30% Pashtun|
|Bala Buluk||72,465||95% Pashtun, 5% Tajik|
|Farah||Farah||109,409||85% Pashtun, 10% Tajik, 5% other|
|Gulistan||49,774||80% Pashtun, 20% Tajik|
|Khaki Safed||34,600||99% Pashtun, 1% Tajik|
|Lash Wa Juwayn||20,499||50% Pashtun, 50% Tajik|
|Pur Chaman||51,626||95% Tajik, 5% Pashtun|
|Pusht Rod||36,315||99% Pashtun, 1% Tajik|
|Qala-I-Kah||30,653||70% Pashtun, 30% Tajik|
|Shib Koh||23,013||70% Pashtun, 15% Tajik, 15% other|
References[change | change source]
- Afghanistan's Provinces–Farah at NPS
- Government of Afghanistan. "Provincial Development Plan, Farrah Provincial Profile" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 July 2009.
- Afghanistan Geographic & Thematic Layers
- "Loading". Aims.org.af. 2005-04-12. Archived from the original on 2011-06-15. Retrieved 2011-06-10.