Kandahar or Qandahar is the 2nd largest city in Afghanistan with a population of approximately 491,500 as of 2012.
It is the capital of the province of Kandahar, situated at an altitude of 1.010 m above sea level, in the south of the country.
The river Arghandab flows along the west of the town.
Kandahar is Southern Afghanistan’s chief commercial centre and is situated at the junction of highways from Kabul, Herat, and Quetta (Pakistan). The strategic and commercial importance of the site describes its long history of conquests and regular refoundings on the key routes from Herat to Central Asia, Kabul, and India. It is a major center of commerce for sheep, fur, cotton , silk, felt, food grains, fresh and dried fruits, and tobacco. The area produces fine fruits, particularly pomegranates and grapes, and the town has fruit canning, drying, and packaging plants, and is a major source of marijuana. The area is thought to be the birthplace of indica cannabis.
Kandahar has an international airport and extensive road connections west to Lashkar Gah and Herat, northeast to Ghazni and Kabul, north to Tarinkot, and south to Quetta in the neighboring Balochistanto.
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