Kunduz is a city in northern Afghanistan and the capital of Kunduz Province. It is located near the confluence of the Kunduz River and the Khanabad River. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, it was the capital of the Uzbek-Tajik khanate. It was part of the political confrontation between the British and Russia known as “The Great Game.” In the twentieth century, Kunduz became a wealthy Afghan province, with industries including agricultural production and the Spinzar Cotton Company, which was one of the world’s largest producers of cotton in pre-war Afghanistan.


Latitude: 36.871503467873
Longitude: 68.783111460507