Mospamishal Destination Guide
Discover Mospamishal in Afghanistan!
Mospamishal in the region of Nūrestān is a town located in Afghanistan - some 141 mi (or 227 km) North-East of Kabul, the country's capital.
Local time in Mospamishal is now 07:35 AM (Wednesday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Kabul" with an UTC offset of 4.5 hours. Depending on your flexibility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Tirzhow, Sidmashal, Pul-e Rustam, Pattigul, Mehtar Lam or Warmangal. When in this area, you might want to check out Sarit Khulah, Mospamishal, Mandagal-e Sufla, Kushtoz, Kamu and Mirdesh as well. We found some clip posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Interesting facts about this location
Kamdesh District (Kamdeish District, Pashto: کامدېش ولسوالۍ) is a district of Nuristan Province in eastern Afghanistan. It was originally in Konarha Province (Konar Province) and then was moved to the newly created Nuristan Province in 2001.
Battle of Kamdesh
The Battle of Kamdesh took place during the War in Afghanistan. It occurred on October 3, 2009, when a force of 300 Taliban assaulted the American Combat Outpost ("COP") Keating near the town of Kamdesh of Nuristan province in eastern Afghanistan. The attack was the bloodiest battle for US forces since the Battle of Wanat in July 2008, which occurred 20 miles away from Kamdesh. The attack on COP Keating resulted in eight Americans killed and 22 wounded.
Kāmdīsh or Kāmdēsh (کامدیش) is a village, located in the Bashgal Valley, in Nurestan Province, Afghanistan. It is the capital of the Kamdesh District. Kamdesh is a village within the Landai Sind Valley. It stands as the cultural and administrative hub of the Kamdish District and all of Eastern Nuristan. Kamdesh literally means "Place of the Kom", as it is the unofficial Capital for the Kom tribe.
Gawar-Bati is known in Chitral as Aranduyiwar, because it is spoken in Village Arandu, which is the last village in the bottom of Chitral and is across the Kunar River from Berkot in Afghanistan. Chitral keeps a military base in Arandu to guard against an attack by Afghanistan. There are 9,000 speakers of Gawar-Bati, but only 1,500 are in Pakistan. The rest are in Afghanistan.
Located at 35.46, 71.39 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 14 mi away.
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