Farza District

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Farza District
Country Afghanistan
ProvinceKabul Province
CapitalDehnawe Farza
Population
 (2015)
 • Total21,961
Time zoneUTC+04:30 (AST)

Farza District is a new district of Kabul Province, Afghanistan. It has a population of 18,000 people. Farza is one the greenest district of kabul afghanistan. (Farza means go fast.)200 years ago the people of farza had kingdom life style. The center of Farza called Qala mera. Qala Mira was made by Sayed baabshah Sayed's people had strong rules and they were peaceful people. In (2002 official UNHCR est.), a mixture of Pashtuns and Tajiks.[1] In January 1991, Farza was separated as an independent district from Mir Bacha Kot District but this structure was never recognised by the Taliban government. The district headquarters is Dehnawe Farza. It is a small district north of Kabul up in the hills of the northwestern part of Shomali Plain. Farza district contains eighteen (18) villages. The main source of income is the agriculture industry.

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