Anjuman Valley

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The Anjuman Valley is a valley in Afghanistan. It connects to the Munjan valley some twelve miles above Sari Sang. The valley is drained by the Anjuman stream.[1]

The valley is passable by mules, although the descent into the valley is impossible for camels to pass. There are two villages in the valley: Anjuman and Anjuman-i-Khurd. They are both situated some eighteen miles from the mouth of the valley. Another village, Scarsap, is situated in a branch valley about 14 miles from the mouth of the Anjuman valley. The grazing in the valley is good.[1]

The valley as a whole was within the territory of the hakim of Munjan, and the pass formed the boundary between Badakhshan Province and Kabul Province.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Adamec, Ludwig W., ed. (1972). Historical and Political Gazetteer of Afghanistan. 1. Graz, Austria: Akadamische Druck-u. Verlangsanstalt. p. 21.