Discover Pas-e Shah-e Mardan in Afghanistan
Pas-e Shah-e Mardan in the region of Panjshir is a place located in Afghanistan - some 76 mi or ( 122 km ) North-East of Kabul , the country's capital .
Local time in Pas-e Shah-e Mardan is now 12:14 AM (Sunday) . The local timezone is named " Asia/Kabul " with a UTC offset of 4.5 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Zeni, Taloqan, Skabun, Rashtak, and Qabkhanah. When in this area, you might want to check out Zeni . We discovered some clip posted online . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Are you looking for some initial hints on what might be interesting in Pas-e Shah-e Mardan ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.
Gemology and travel: Emerald mining in Panjshir, Afghanistan
Summer 2006, in Panjshir valley Afghanistan, an Afghan miner is drilling to place some explosives. The purpose is to blast the rock in order to get some emeralds. Panjshir valley is known since the en ..
Gemology and travel: Emerald mining Panjshir 02, Afghanistan
June 2006: Panjsheri miners preparing to blast the rocks in the deep of Bizmal emerald mine in Panjshir valley, Afghanistan. For more info, please visit: www.fieldgemology.org All the best, ..
Pamir Air Crahed Antonov 24 . Just 5 days before it went down.
Pamir Air Crahed Antonov 24 . Just 5 days before it went down, flying in the same area.. ..
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Interesting facts about this location
The Anjuman is a stream which runs through the Anjuman Valley in Afghanistan. The stream's sources include the three lakes of the valley, with the largest lake being the primary source.
Located at 35.42 69.72 (Lat./Long.); Less than 12 km away
The Khawak Pass (elevation 3,848 m) sits across the route heading to the northwest from near the head of the Panjshir Valley through the formidable Hindu Kush range to northern Afghanistan via Andarab and Baghlan. This is the route traditionally thought to have been followed by Alexander the Great in the spring of 329 BCE when he led his army from the Kabul Valley across the mountains to Bactria (later Tokharistan in the north).
Located at 35.67 69.80 (Lat./Long.); Less than 20 km away
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