Kabul–Jalalabad Road

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Kabul–Jalalabad Road
Highway system
Highways in Afghanistan
Somewhere on the Kabul–Jalalabad Road
The road in the Tang-e Gharu
Stopped traffic on the Jalalabad–Kabul Road.

The Kabul–Jalalabad Road is a highway running between the Afghan cities of Kabul (the national capital) and Jalalabad, the largest city in eastern Afghanistan and capital of Nangarhar Province. A portion of the road runs through the Tang-e Gharu gorge.[1]

Because of the many traffic accidents, the road between Jalalabad and Kabul is considered to be one of the most dangerous in the world.[2][3]

It is a large part of the Afghan leg of the Grand Trunk Road, and was rebuilt by Pakistan after the fall of the Taliban.

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  1. ^ Gladstone, Cary (2001). Afghanistan Revisited. Nova Publishers. ISBN 9781590334218.
  2. ^ "The Most Dangerous Road?"
  3. ^ "On Afghan Road, Scenes of Beauty and Death"

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