Map of Afghanistan!. Afghanistan!. Kabul (Capital City). National Emblems!. Traditional Foods!. Clothes!. Currency!. Back to Homepage!. Back to Homepage!. National Emblems!. 1919 - 1928. 1974 - 1978. 1978 - 1980. 1980 - 1987. 1987 - 1992. Taliban 1996 - 2001.
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Map of Afghanistan! Afghanistan! Kabul (Capital City) National Emblems! Traditional Foods! Clothes! Currency!
Back to Homepage! National Emblems! 1919 - 1928 1974 - 1978 1978 - 1980 1980 - 1987 1987 - 1992 Taliban 1996 - 2001 The National Emblem Today!
Back to Homepage! Afghan Clothes!
Back to Homepage! Currency! There Currency: Afghani (AFN) They Have 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 Afghani Coins They Have1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000 Afghani Banknotes
Back to Homepage! Kabul ! Kabul is the capital and largest city of Afghanistan, located in Kabul Province., it has a population of 3,568,500. It is an Kabul's main products include munitions, cloth, furniture and beet sugar, but since 1978, a state of nearly continuous war has limited the economic productivity of the city. Economic productivity has improved since the establishment of the IslamicRepublic of Afghanistan in 2001.
Back to Homepage! Traditional Food! • Qabli Pulao: It is the most popular dish of Afghanistan. It is steamed rice with chops of raisins and carrot. It is often served with lamb. Other variants of pulao are also available in Afghanistan. People eat it with meat, vegetables orbeans. Kababs:Lamb kabab is a favorite of the Afghans. Afghan kabab is mostly served with naan, and rarely rice. Lamb chops, ribs, kofta (ground beef) and chicken kababs are served in good Kabul restaurants. Qorma: Qormas are veru popular among Afghan people. Onions are fried and meats, fruits, spices or vegetables are added to them.Mantu: Mantu are steamed dumplings fattened with minced onion beef. For More Foods!
Back to Homepage! More Foods • Shorma: Soups made of variety of items are very popular in Afghanistans. These soups are locally known as shorma.Variety of Breads: Usually, Afghans consume three types of bread. These breads are locally called Naan, Obi Naan and Lavash. Naan is made of wheat and is thin, long and oval shaped. Obi Naan is shaped like a disk and is thicker than naan. Lavash is very thin bread and used as plating for meats and stews.Rice Dishes: Afghans put in plenty of time and effor to prepare their rice dishes. One popular rice dish is chalow.. Chalow is fluffy white rice with each grain separated. The Afghans love to eat chalow with Qormas.Khameerbob: Khameerbob (pasta) is a popular native dish. It is prepared for special occasions at home. Mantu is a Uzbek dish while Ashak is a Kabul dish.