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Afghanistan rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Afghanistan. Common rental types found in Afghanistan are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Afghanistan where housing rentals are found are All Cities, Bamyan, Daykundi, Farah, Faryab, Ghazni, Ghor, Hilmand, Hirat, Jawzjan, Kabul, Kandahar, Kapisa, Khost, Kunar, Kunduz, Laghman, Logar, Nangarhar, Nimroz, Nuristan, Uruzgan, Paktya, Paktika, Badakhshan, Badghis, Baghlan, Balkh, Panjsher, Parwan, Samangan, Sari Pul, Takhar, Wardak, Zabul. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Afghanistan.

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The Afghanistan is officially referred as Islamic Republic of Afghanistan consisting of the capital city Kabul. The total area occupied by this country is 652,000 sq km with the population of 31 million. The Sunni Muslims are the major ancient religion located in this region and several small religious groups are also located here. The Dari nothing but Persian and Pashto are the official Afghanistan languages but so many other languages are used in this area based on specific needs. The Pashtuns are the major ethnic people originated in this place. The Afghani is the currency used by this country people and the exchange rate of this currency is US$1 is equal to Af47.7 and the general calling code of this country is 93. The political system based on Constitutional government, the major decisions are made by observing the constitution in some typical situations. The government of this country includes 34 administrative divisions and is further divided into several municipalities. President is the head of the state as well as the head of the government and the major political as well as formal decisions are made by the president permission.

Afghanistan Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Afghanistan has several recreation things in order to provide natural environment and mind freshness. The kite flying is the children's most popular sport and Wrestling and shooting are the popular sports regularly played by this country people. The Buzkashi is the famous sport in ancient Afghanistan. The Afghan hound is most famous and gains popularity with its beauty and was the bred for speed, agility having the hunting capability. The Afghanistan culture is based on the ancient living people of this country. This country adopts many Islamic cultures and was reflected in many situations even in the decoration of buildings. The urban centre explains most beautiful heritage sites in the planet and is one of the world's most popular custom sites. The Afghanistan has so many attractions in order to provide most entertaining and enjoyment to the visitors who wish to have the pleasant nature. The Baghi Balah is the Kabul popular attraction provides the visibility of various bird species and the complete structure of urban centre. The Darulaman Palace, King Nadir Shah's Tomb and the Kabul Museum are the other popular attractions in Kabul. This country has beautiful mountain regions and valleys. The community of Kandahar is the popular attraction founded in 330 BC by Alexander the great. The Kandahar Museum and Sher Surkh village are the other famous tourist spots located in the Kabul city.

Afghanistan Demographics

Afghanistan Total Population - 29,835,392
Afghanistan Male Population - 15,273,905
Afghanistan Female Population - 14,561,487
Afghanistan Pashtun Population - 12,530,864
Afghanistan Tajik Population - 8,055,555
Afghanistan Hazara Population - 2,685,185
Afghanistan Uzbek Population - 2,685,185
Afghanistan Aimak Population - 1,193,415
Afghanistan Turkmen Population - 895,061
Afghanistan Baloch Population - 596,707
Afghanistan other Population - 1,193,415

Afghanistan Education

The Afghanistan education is in an advanced position in recent years because of the high female literacy. This country provides free education through out the end of the study. This country has separate schools for boys and girls. The primary education is free and compulsory for children who are having six years of age and is continued for six years term but the children enrolled in elementary schools are very rare. After the six years education students are entered into secondary level in which so many vocational training opportunities are also available. Generally the academic year starts with March and ends with November in cool areas and some warm weather areas held schools from September to June. This country has most secular public education even though the traditional Islamic madrassa school is established at madrassas in which study procedure is in Koran and the Hadith. According to Taliban regime girls are not allowed to study in all levels of education system. This country education system consists of central syllabus and has a regulation that all the teachers have qualified in civil services. So many universities are located in this country in order to provide higher education with various courses. The University of Kabul is the popular coeducational university and which offers various courses of education.

Afghanistan Symbols

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Afghanistan state Anthem
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Afghanistan History

Afghanistan has a long history of its culture and heritage. This country is most popular for its extraordinary products such as various types of tiles and mosaics, woven carpets and rugs. This country has a great historical songs and poetry. The capital city Kabul has great architecture but was destroyed in war time and has great trading centers that provide communication between Asia and Europe. In December 1979 nearly 100,000 soldiers entered into this region to support unpopular national government. The conservative rural tribesmen fight against the forces with the support of USA and Pakistan. The soviet forces relieved Afghanistan in 1989 but the fight was continued between different Afghans. In 1996 the Taliban people wish to establish a strict Islamic government in order to take control over the country. In 11th September 2001 the terrorist attacked America that was the most terrific issue the USA and UK government thought that thing was done by Bin Laden. At that time the Afghanistan people also thought that this region is also attacked by the Bin Laden and his network. The Taliban people leave this country after establishment of new government and it make some changes in living structure of this country people. In Present Sunni Muslim is the major living religion in this country.

Afghanistan Tourism

Afghanistan has so many tourist attractions and in present the country tourism sector try to develop several areas and create well advanced facilities in order to attract the tourists. The major attractable things are Hindu Kush mountain region and Buddha statues located in Bamiyan. Here the tourist may enjoy with great nature and surrounding mountain areas. Kabul the capital city is one of the major tourist attractions consists of monuments represent the culture and tradition of this country people and most of the city is destroyed in 2001 protest. This city hosts too many valuable attracted things such as Gardens of Babur, museum and the fortress historical walls. The Paghman Valley is the most beautiful natural spot located 90 km towards west of Kabul consists of stark mountain areas gives pleasant environment. The Karez-i-Amir, Charikar, and the Chakardara Valley are the other wonderful tourist spots here the tourist may observe many natural scenes that gives the most thrilling experience to the visitor. The Hindu Kush Mountain is the ancient mountain region. The mountain regions don't have any road tracks to reach the area to observe the natural beauty. Once tourists cross the route then the tourist observes amazing scenery of valleys, lakes and mountain areas.

Afghanistan Transportation

Afghanistan country is mostly filled with mountain regions because of that it doesn't have any well advanced transportation services. This country has total 25 km (16 mi) of rail ways lines used to transport shipping goods from Afghanistan to Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. The petrol and gas line services are also available to supply the products among neighborhood countries but are discarded often the war. This country has total 1200 km (750 mi) of water lines with popular vessels having 500 metric capacities. The Keleft, Shir Khan and Kheyrabad are the major ports involved in goods transmission. Afghanistan has total 21,000 km (about 13,000 mi) of road ways most of them are highways. Most of the public transportation is done through bus and trucks. Some of the Afghan people travel by donkey, horseback and sometimes by camel. The city side people use cycles and bus are the available services. Afghanistan has total 48 airports in which Kabul and Kandahar have the international airports. The camels are the other transportation service in order to transport the shipping materials to neighborhood areas.

Afghanistan Taxes

Afghanistan Country Income Tax - 20%
Afghanistan Country Corporate Tax - 20%

Afghanistan university

Balkh University, Balkh, Afghanistan - 5,553 students
Bost University, Helmand, Afghanistan - 40 students
Herat University, Herat, Afghanistan - 5,285 students
Kabul Medical University, Kabul, Afghanistan - 2,745 students
Polytechnical University of Kabul, Kabul, Afghanistan - 1,447 students
Khost University, Khost, Afghanistan - 3,000 students
Nangarhar University, Jalalabad, Afghanistan - 5,971 students
Paktia University, Gardez, Paktia, Afghanistan - 1,000 students
Ghazni University, Ghazni, Afghanistan - 250 students

Afghanistan Religions

Afghanistan Sunni Muslim Population is 23,868,313
Afghanistan Shia Muslim Population is 5,668,724
Afghanistan other Population is 298,353

Afghanistan Provinces

Badakhshan, Afghanistan - Population 819,396
Badghis, Afghanistan - Population 499,393
Baghlan, Afghanistan - Population 741,690
Balkh, Afghanistan - Population 1,123,948
Bamyan, Afghanistan - Population 343,892
Daykundi, Afghanistan - Population 477,544
Farah, Afghanistan - Population 493,007
Faryab, Afghanistan - Population 833,724
Ghazni, Afghanistan - Population 1,080,843
Ghor, Afghanistan - Population 635,302
Helmand, Afghanistan - Population 1,441,769
Herat, Afghanistan - Population 1,762,157
Jowzjan, Afghanistan - Population 426,987
Kabul, Afghanistan - Population 3,314,000
Kandahar, Afghanistan - Population 913,000
Kapisa, Afghanistan - Population 358,268
Khost, Afghanistan - Population 638,849
Kunar, Afghanistan - Population 413,008
Kunduz, Afghanistan - Population 820,000
Laghman, Afghanistan - Population 382,280
Logar, Afghanistan - Population 322,704
Nangarhar, Afghanistan - Population 1,342,514
Nimruz, Afghanistan - Population 117,991
Nuristan, Afghanistan - Population 130,964
Oruzgan, Afghanistan - Population 320,589
Paktia, Afghanistan - Population 415,000
Paktika, Afghanistan - Population 809,772
Panjshir, Afghanistan - Population 128,620
Parwan, Afghanistan - Population 491,870
Samangan, Afghanistan - Population 378,000
Sar-e Pol, Afghanistan - Population 442,261
Takhar, Afghanistan - Population 830,319
Wardak, Afghanistan - Population 529,343
Zabul, Afghanistan - Population 244,899

Afghanistan Government

The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is the official name of the Afghanistan has the government of Islamic republic. This country has 34 provinces as administrative divisions and provinces are further divided into several municipalities based on area and population. The Afghanistan got independence on 19 August 1919 from the UK and then onwards August 19th is declared as a national holiday and the constitution was used from 16 January 2004. Each person with 18 and beyond that age had a chance to vote in elections in order to elect the leaders by their wish. The Afghanistan government consists of 3 individual branches such as Executive, Legislative and judicial branch, each and every one has some rules and authorities to protect the law. The Executive branch consists of President Act as head of the state as well as government, vice president and cabinet council consists of 25 seats in which ministers are elected by the president and is approved by the national assembly and the president and vice presidents are elected by the directing voting system and serve for 5 years term. The bicameral National Assembly is working under the Legislative branch consists of 2 houses named as Wolesi Jirga consists of 249 seats and the ministers are directly elected by voting and serve for 5 years period and Meshrano Jirga consists of 102 seats in which one-third members are appointed by provincial councils and serve for four years and the other one-third are appointed by district council for three years duration and the remaining members are elected by the president for five years period. The Judicial branch consists of Supreme Court with nine judges and the members are selected by president for 10 years and are further approved by Wolesi Jirga. The Peoples' Treaty Party, Afghanistan's Islamic Nation Party and Afghanistan's National Islamic Party are the major political parties located in this country.

Afghanistan Geography

The Afghanistan is originated in south Asia with the bordering countries of Pakistan in both north and west and Iran in eastern region. The latitude of this country is 33 00 N and the longitude of 65 00 E. This area occupies total 652,000 sq km and is only land area, it doesn't have any water surfaced areas. The China, Iran, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are the boundary areas of this country. This country has always an arid weather, generally cool in winters and hot and dry in summers. Most of this country region is filled with mountain areas. The Amu Darya 258 m is the lowest region and Nowshak 7,485 m is the highest one are the elevation boundaries of this country. The gas, petroleum, coal and some other metals are frequent available here. Hindu kush Mountains are the major mountain areas and is the famous tourist spot. Because of the mountain regions earthquakes are rarely happened here and it results large volumes of damage in all areas. In present this country suffering from the deforestation, soil degradation and overgrazing and is tried to solve these problems by making conversations between the neighborhood countries.

Afghanistan Parks

Afghanistan has several national parks as a part of recreation things as well as tourist spots. The Ajar Valley is the ancient national park located in Bamyan city in 20th century in order to protect the natural reserves. In 1981 it was declared as a natural reserve area by IUCN. The major problem in this park is poaching nothing but a simmering liquid till now it has been never changed. The Band-e-Amir national park is the famous natural reserve area usually referred as first national park in Afghanistan region. The Band-e-Amir national park consists of six deep blue lakes each and every one is separated by natural dams made of a light-colored porous calcite are seemed to be most attractive. The Travertine systems identifies some places in this region and identifies it seems to be the UNESCO World Heritage list of activities and the popular tourist attraction. Now this park is the most famous tourist spot frequently visited by religious pilgrims, many afghan people as well as foreigners who are living and working in this country. This park is located near by the Bamyan Valley and preceded as a future national park system. The Nuristan is the other national park located in Nuristan city with beautiful scenery and wild life animals.

Afghanistan Economy

Afghanistan is generally a poor country but in recent years the economic structure is rapidly grown and the major economy is gained through agricultural sector and the second place goes to industries. The corn, rice, barley, wheat, vegetables, fruits and nuts are the general cultivated products frequently available in this country. This country economy is mainly based on the agricultural as well as the production of raw materials. The cotton, tobacco and sugar beets are the familiar industrial products and sheep production is also very popular. This country has several mineral, gas, petroleum and stone deposits. The general physical calendar year starts with March 21st and ends with March 20th. The imported products listings of this country are goods, textiles and petroleum products from Pakistan, South Korea and Japan. The opium, fruits and nuts, wool and cotton are the popular exports from this country to US, France and India. The annual income is $1.1 billion and total expenditures are $3.3 billion. This country has some small scale industries like soap, furniture, shoes and cement industries including carpets, gas and coal.