Online Users
Virtual World
Home   |   Find Friends  |  Learn More  |  Help Center  |  Media Center  |   Location: | Change
Business Lisitngs Cities States Affiliate Program
Home > Local > States > Kabul


  • State Rating: Rate 1Rate 2Rate 3Rate 4Rate 5
  • State Votes: 18Good   Poor
  • Score: 5.07/10 
  • Return: 122.39%
  • Views: 24742

About Kabul

Kabul Afghanistan, Population 3,138,338

Central Kabul

(Persian: کابل), is the capital and largest city of Afghanistan, with population of about 3 million people. It is an economic and cultural center, situated 5,900 feet (1,800 metres) above-sea-level in a narrow valley, wedged between the Hindu Kush mountains along the Kabul River. Kabul is linked with Ghazni, Kandahar, Herat and Mazari Sharif via a long beltway (circular highway) that stretches across Afghanistan. It is also linked by highways with Pakistan to the southeast and Tajikistan to the north. Kabul's main products include munitions, cloth, furniture, and beet sugar, though, since 1978, a state of nearly continuous war has limited the economic productivity of the city. Kabul is over 3,000 years old. Many empires long fought over the city, due to its strategic location along the trade routes of Southern and Central Asia. In 1504, Babur made it the capital of his Mughul Empire. Finally, in 1776, Timur Shah Durrani made it the capital of modern Afghanistan.[3] The city's population is multicultural and multi-ethnic, reflecting the diversity of the entire country. Kabul is currently in the process of being rebuilt following decades of wars.

Click Here - Current Local Time and Weather in Kabul

Governor's Message

Welcome to Kabul Afghanistan!

This Weblo State Asset is Available.
Make an Offer or Bid Now to become the
Owner and Governor of this Weblo State Investment!




ghan Islamic Press

Top Ten in Kabul

  1. Top 10 Cities
    Visit the most eventful and populated cities
  2. Top 10 Landmarks
    Explore the most visited attractions found exclusively here
  3. Top 10 Schools
    Find the most prestigious schools of the state

Kabul News

  • Q+A: What went wrong at Kab...  |  Sep 14, 2010 18:41:12  |  By Steinomite
    By Tim Gaynor KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan's central bank has stepped in to take control of the troubled Kabulbank, its governor said on Tuesday, ...View Full Article  View Full Article
  • Demonstration against Koran...  |  Sep 14, 2010 18:41:12  |  By Steinomite
    Protesters in a province south of Kabul try to overrun local government headquarters, and Afghan police open fire. Rising tensions ahead of Saturda...  View Full Article
  • More Trouble Foreseen for K...  |  Sep 14, 2010 18:41:11  |  By Steinomite
    A Kabul Bank branch on Tuesday. Bank officials had blamed last week's overwhelming run on the bank on Eid, the Muslim holiday in which many Afghans...  View Full Article
  • Afghanistan Blunts Anticorr...  |  Sep 14, 2010 18:41:11  |  By Steinomite
    By MATTHEW ROSENBERG And MARIA ABI-HABIB AP An Afghan works Wednesday on the making of an army boot at the Kabul Melli boot factory in Kabul. ...Vi...  View Full Article

Comments (32)

  • To post comment you should be logged in.
  • Bacardi Comment By: Bacardi Date: 2009-01-16 10:06:59
    Great updates Steinomite.  Enjoy this site regularly.  Great Information.
    Votes:0Good   Poor
  • Axeming Comment By: Axeming Date: 2009-01-07 19:21:13
    hi seen you online so i gave you a hit please hit back
    Votes:0Good   Poor
  • Megloman Comment By: Megloman Date: 2008-11-21 12:41:26
    Votes:0Good   Poor
  • cyberbucks Comment By: cyberbucks Date: 2008-07-23 13:51:26
    gud work keep webloing>>>
    Votes:0Good   Poor
  • juhn Comment By: Ratemybum Date: 2008-03-16 03:19:08
    Looking good , feel free to ratemybum any time you like.Brittney Skye.
    Votes:0Good   Poor


  • Steinomite
Ottawa , Ontario ,
  • User Rating: Rate 1Rate 2Rate 3Rate 4Rate 5
  • User Votes: 11Good   Poor
  • Score: 4.70

Recent Updates

Kabul Tweets

  • No tweets found.

Available States

State Country Views
Abu Dhabi AE 1576
Bādgīs AF 1422
Baġlān AF 1374
Bāmiyān AF 1348
Farāh AF 1327
Ġawr AF 1390
Kāpīsā AF 1379
Khowst AF 1249
Kunar AF 1396
Lawgar AF 1252


Is it time for Afghanistan to assume it's own security, and Allied Forces to withdraw?
Total Votes Received: 23
Click to vote
Yes, the sooner, the better!
Yes Foreign Countries need not shed any more blood than they already have!
No, its still way too soon!
Maybe next year if hostilities soon cease...
Allied Forces Will be in Afghanistan for many years to come!