Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Landmarks

Landmarks of Afghanistan

Taraqi Park,Khaja Ali Movafaq Rd. Herat, Afghanistan.

Park Taraqi is a park in city of Herat afghanistan. This central outdoor gym includes some exerciese stations with strength training machines, monkey bar and a pull up bars. The venue is next to the local ballsportsfields and also a great location for the combination of running and strength training. A good location for training with your own bodyweight and doing basis bodyweight exercices. Also a good choice for calisthenics and street workout training.

Latitude: 34.3450407

Longitude: 62.2142981

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Herat Citadel, Herat, Afghanistan.

Herat Citadel has watched over Herat’s successes and setbacks with its imposing gaze for centuries. The oldest building in Herat, it is believed to stand on the foundations of a fort built by Alexander the Great. It has served as a seat of power, military garrison and prison since its construction until 2005, when the Afghan army presented it to the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism, opening its doors to outsiders for the first time. The Citadel is built on an artificial mound and stretches 250m east to west. Its 18 towers rise over 30m above street level, with walls 2m thick. A moat once completed the defences, although this was drained in 2003 to lay out a public park in the grounds.

Latitude: 34.3457451

Longitude: 62.1867805

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Herat International Airport, Herat, Afghanistan.

Herat International Airport is located 10.5 km southeast of the city of Herat. Herat city is the third-largest city of Afghanistan. It has a population of about 436,300, and Herat International Airport is the third largest commercial airport of Afghanistan.

Latitude: 34.212696

Longitude: 62.2238013

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Masjid-i Jami' of Herat, Afghanistan.

Great Mosque of Herat is a mosque in the city of Herat.

Latitude: 34.3431536

Longitude: 62.1948784

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Bamyan Airport, Bamiyan, Afghanistan.

Bamyan Airport is an airport serving the city of Bamyan in Afghanistan. The airport is used by small fixed-wing aircraft, larger aircraft capable of short take off and landing, and rotary wing aircraft. A number of civilian airlines, including Embassy Air, land at Bamyan as well as various aid agencies and military forces. Coalition rotary aircraft usually land within the confines of the adjacent Kiwibase, which has a fuel farm capable of refuelling aircraft.

Latitude: 34.8128608

Longitude: 67.8259333

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Buddhas of Bamyan, Afghanistan.

The Buddhas of Bamyan were in 4th and 5th-centuries monumental statues of standing buddha carved into the side of a cliff in the Bamyan valley in the Hazarajat by Hazaras region of central Afghanistan.

Latitude: 34.8320633

Longitude: 67.8245695

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