Bamyan with an altitude of about 2,550m and a population of about 100,000, is the largest cities in the central Afghanistan region of Hazarajat. It lies approximately 240 kilometers north-west of Kabul, the Afghan capital.
Bamyan is one of the historic provinces of Afghanistan, with its sights such as Zahak City, Buddhas of Bamyan, Ajdar Valley, Gholghola City, Foladi (Steel) Valley, and …
The Band-e-Amir (Amir Dam) is made up of seven dams that attract thousands of tourists annually, which is why many guesthouses have been built around it.
Bamyan’s another wonder is Buddha, with 53 meters height, and is called Salsal. Other smaller idols are also found around the large ones.Follow TKG on Twitter & Facebook