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Map showing Kunduz province in Afghanistan

Kunduz is one of the provinces of Afghanistan, centered on the city of Kunduz in Afghanistan, with an area of 7,827 km square, and a population of about 583,000. Image File history File links Afghanistan-Kunduz. ... Afghanistan consists of 34 provinces, or velayat: Map showing provinces of Afghanistan Badakhshan Province Badghis Province Baghlan Province Balkh Province Bamiyan Province Daikondi Province - northern part of Oruzgan Province - established March 28, 2004 Farah Province Faryab Province Ghazni Province Ghowr Province Helmand Province Herat Province Jowzjan Province Kabul Province Kandahar... President Celal Bayar, King Zahir and Lord Serwar Nasher inspecting the once world-renown cotton of Kunduz Spinzar factory Kunduz (قندوز) is a city in Afghanistan; the name has also sometimes been rendered as Kûnduz, Qonduz, Qondûz, Konduz, Kondûz, Kondoz, or Qhunduz. ... A kilometre (American spelling: kilometer), symbol: km is a unit of length in the metric system equal to 1000 metres (from the Greek words χίλια (khilia) = thousand and μέτρο (metro) = count/measure). ...

Provinces of Afghanistan Flag of Afghanistan
Badakhshan | Badghis | Baghlan | Balkh | Bamiyan | Daikondi | Farah | Faryab | Ghazni | Ghowr | Helmand | Herat | Jowzjan | Kabul | Kandahar | Kapisa | Khost | Kunar | Kunduz | Laghman | Lowgar | Nangarhar | Nimruz | Nurestan | Oruzgan | Paktia | Paktika | Panjshir | Parvan | Samangan | Sar-e Pol | Takhar | Vardak | Zabul

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Kunduz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (207 words)
Under the governance of Sher Khan Nasher (also: Nashir), Kunduz became one of the wealthiest Afghan provinces in the early 20th century.
Kunduz is located at 36.73°N, 68.86°E, at an elevation of 397 meters above sea level.
Kunduz was the last major city held by the Taliban before its fall to US-backed Northern Alliance forces in early December 2001.
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