Saydabad

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Saydabad
Saydabad is located in Afghanistan
Saydabad
Saydabad
Location in Afghanistan
Coordinates: 34°00′01″N 68°42′49″E / 34.0004°N 68.7135°E / 34.0004; 68.7135Coordinates: 34°00′01″N 68°42′49″E / 34.0004°N 68.7135°E / 34.0004; 68.7135
Country  Afghanistan
Province Maidan Wardak Province
District Saydabad District
Elevation 2,155 m (7,070 ft)
Population
 • Total 7,301
Time zone Afghanistan Standard Time (UTC+4:30)

Saydābād (Pashto: سيد اباد‎) is a city in Maidan Wardak Province, central Afghanistan. It is the administrative center of Saydabad District, and located along the main Kabul-Kandahar Highway.

The city of Saydabad has a population of 7,301.[1]

Geography[edit]

Saydabad is located about 2,155 m above sea level.

Demographics[edit]

A majority of the population are Pashtuns. Pashto of the Wardagi accent is spoken in the town.

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