Kaldar District

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Kaldar is located in Afghanistan
Location within Afghanistan[1]
Coordinates: 37°07′48″N 67°33′00″E / 37.13000°N 67.55000°E / 37.13000; 67.55000Coordinates: 37°07′48″N 67°33′00″E / 37.13000°N 67.55000°E / 37.13000; 67.55000
Country  Afghanistan
Province Balkh Province
Population (2012)
 • Total 19,400

Kaldar (Dari: کلدار‎) is a small district (population around 19,400)[2] in the northern part of Balkh Province, Afghanistan. The northern and the eastern border of the district is the large Amu Darya river. North of the river is Uzbekistan and east is Tajikistan. The main village, also called Kaldar, is in the northeastern part of the district, close to the river.


  1. ^ "District Names". National Democratic Institute. Retrieved 27 July 2015. 
  2. ^ "Settled Population of Balkh Province" (PDF). Central Statistics Organisation. Retrieved 27 July 2015.