Sar-e Asyab Destination Guide
Delve into Sar-e Asyab in Afghanistan!
Sar-e Asyab in the region of Balkh is located in Afghanistan - some 207 mi (or 333 km) North-West of Kabul, the country's capital.
Current time in Sar-e Asyab is now 01:09 AM (Friday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Kabul" with an UTC offset of 4.5 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Surkh Gunbaz, Siadgird, Shorak, Shahrak Nau, Shibirghan or Shingilabad. While being here, make sure to check out as well. We also found some pictures.
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Interesting facts about this location
Eucratideia was an ancient town in Bactria mentioned by a few ancient writers. It was most likely a foundation of Eucratides I who is the more important ruler of the Greco-Bactrian Kingdom with the name Eucratides. Not much is known about this city and it might be just a renaming of an already existing town rather than a new foundation. Renaming of cities was a common practise in the ancient world.
Charbolak (or Chahar Bolak or Char Bolak) district is located in the western part of Balkh Province. Its capital is the village of Charbolak, 40 km northwest of Mazari Sharif. The majority of the population is Pashtun. The previous name of this district was Adina Masjid (آدینه مسجد), which was changed to Char Bolak during the Pashtunisation policy of Mohammad Gul Khan Momand.
Balkh was an ancient city and centre of Zoroastrianism in what is northern Afghanistan. Today it is a small town in the province of Balkh, about 20 kilometers northwest of the provincial capital, Mazar-e Sharif, and some 74 km south of the Amu Darya. It was one of the major cities of Khorasan. Marco Polo described Balkh as a "noble and great city". The ancient city of Balkh was under the Greeks renamed Bactra, giving its name to Bactria.
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