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Shush-e Sufla Destination Guide

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Shush-e Sufla in the region of Wilāyat-e Dāykundī is a town in Afghanistan - some 186 mi (or 299 km) West of Kabul, the country's capital city.

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Current time in Shush-e Sufla is now 05:06 PM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Kabul" with an UTC offset of 4.5 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Tarinkot, Quchanghi, Pusht-e Rug, Panjab, Nili or Tangagah. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Zabo, Sirak, Shush-e Sufla, Shush-e 'Ulya, Shaybar and Now Darah. We encountered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.


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Videos

UNICEF supports a pitch for peace at cri...

01:57 min ( December 20, 2010 by UNOSDP)
Views: 2,887 - Rating: 5/5

In a city where girls are rarely seen on the streets without burquas, there were glimpses of a different future on the cricket field. One hundred and forty girls donned cricket whites took to the pitc...

Same Road (ten minutes later)

00:34 min ( April 10, 2008 by simonferrer)
Views: 153 - Rating: 5/5

The weather in Afghanistan is stranger than even New England. Here is the same stretch of road only ten minutes after the hail storm, and it's almost dry!


The Musa Show

01:09 min ( June 28, 2008 by simonferrer)
Views: 695 - Rating: 3/5

One of our Afghan interpreters relates his version of how I landed on him during a vehicle rollover...I still say it was an accident!

Fantastic Voyage?

04:01 min ( June 19, 2010 by Medicontheloose)
Views: 188 - Rating: 0/5

Rolling through Jalalabad with a little help from Coolio


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Interesting facts about this location

Nili District

Nili (also known as Layli) is a district in Daykundi Province, Afghanistan. The main town in the district, also called Nili, serves as the capital of Daykundi Province. The town of Nili is at 2,022 m altitude and has a small airport (heliport) with a gravel runway and a commercial radio station. The weather conditions in the winter are severe and the roads are difficult. Nili district shares borders with volatile Gizab District, which was reported to have many Taliban insurgents roaming around.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 33.84, 66.02 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 10 mi away.
Tags:Districts of Afghanistan, Districts of Daykundi Province, Hazarajat

Emirate of Afghanistan

The Emirate of Afghanistan, began with the decline of the Durrani dynasty and succession of the Barakzai dynasty. This period was characterized by the expansion of European colonial interests in South Asia. The Emirate of Afghanistan continued the war with the Sikh Empire, which led to invasion of Afghanistan by British-led Indian forces who completely wiped out the Afghans in 1842 but didn't fulfil their initial war objectives.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at 33.84, 66.02 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 11 mi away.
Tags:1929 disestablishments, Former countries in Central Asia, Former countries in South Asia, Former countries in the Middle East, Former emirates, Former political entities in Afghanistan, Modern Afghanistan, States and territories established in 1823

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, was founded in 1996 when the Taliban began their rule of Afghanistan and ended with their fall from power in 2001. Even at the peak of their influence, the Taliban never controlled the entire area of Afghanistan, as about 10% of the country in the northeast was held by the Northern Alliance.

More reading: Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan homepage
Located at 33.84, 66.02 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 11 mi away.
Tags:1990s in Afghanistan, Afghan Civil War, Former countries in Central Asia, Former countries in the Middle East, Former emirates, Former political entities in Afghanistan, Former theocracies, Former unrecognized countries, Pakistan military presence in other countries, Politics of Afghanistan, Rebellions in Asia, States and territories disestablished in 2001, States and territories established in 1996, Taliban