Khanabad

Khanabad

(khän`äbäd), city, NE Afghanistan, near the Tajikistan border. It is a market town for wool and silk.

Khanabad

 

a city in northern Afghanistan, in Kunduz Province, on the Mazari-Sharif–Feyzabad highway. Population, approximately 30,000. Khanabad is the commercial center of an agricultural region that produces cotton, rice, and fruit. The city has cottage industries.

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