Kunduz Province

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Kunduz

قندوز
کندوز
Skyline of Kunduz
Map of Afghanistan with Kunduz highlighted
Map of Afghanistan with Kunduz highlighted
Coordinates: 36°48′N 68°48′E / 36.8°N 68.8°E / 36.8; 68.8Coordinates: 36°48′N 68°48′E / 36.8°N 68.8°E / 36.8; 68.8
Country Afghanistan
Capital cityKunduz
Area
 • Total8,040 km2 (3,100 sq mi)
Population
 (2012)
 • Total953,800
 • Density120/km2 (310/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+4:30
ISO 3166 codeAF-KDZ
Main languagesDari Persian
Pashto
Uzbek
Turkmen

Kunduz or Qunduz (Persian: قندوز‎, Pashto: کندوز‎) is one of the provinces of Afghanistan. It is in northern Afghanistan. There are about 820,000 people who live in the Province.[1]

The Kunduz River valley is the main feature of the Kunduz Province.

Districts[change | change source]

Districts of Kunduz.
Districts of Kunduz Province
District Capital Population Area[2] Demographics[3] Notes
Ali Abad 45,851 47% Pashtuns, 45% Tajik, 20% Hazara, 18% Uzbek
Archi 99,000 40% Pashtuns, 35% Uzbek, 15% Tajik, 10% Turkman
Chahar Dara 69251 55% Pashtuns, 25% Tajik, 12% Uzbek, 8% Turkmen
Imam Sahib 250,000 45% Uzbeks, 25% Pashtuns, 25% Tajiks,

5% Turkmens

Khan Abad 110,000 40% Pashtuns, 25% Tajik, 20% Hazara, 25% Tajik, 10% Uzbek, 5% Pashai
Kunduz 259,497
Qalay-I-Zal 90% Turkmens, 10% Pashtuns

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References[change | change source]

  1. "Afghanistan Provinces". www.statoids.com.
  2. "FAO in Afghanistan - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations". www.fao.org.
  3. "Ethnic data taken from UNHCR Kunduz District Profiles on aims.org.af".