Tulak District

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Tulak

تولک
Tulak is located in Afghanistan
Tulak
Tulak
Location within Afghanistan
Coordinates: 33°58′22″N 63°42′24″E / 33.9728°N 63.7067°E / 33.9728; 63.7067Coordinates: 33°58′22″N 63°42′24″E / 33.9728°N 63.7067°E / 33.9728; 63.7067
Country  Afghanistan
Province Ghor Province
Capital Kwajaha
Population
(2012)[1]
 • Total 50,000
Time zone + 4.30

Tulak District (Dari: ولسوالی تولک‎) is located in the southwestern part of the Ghor Province, Afghanistan. It is a mountainous district like the whole province. The population is 50,000[1] and the district center is Kwajaha.

The Nalbandon zinc-lead deposit is located in the district. According to a study by the German Geological Mission, the reserves were estimated to be 130,000 tons of zinc and 12,000 tons of lead.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b "Settled Population of Ghor Province" (PDF). Central Statistics Organization. Retrieved 2 December 2015.
  2. ^ "Nalbandon Lead- Zinc, Tulak District, Ghore Province, Afghanistan" (PDF). Ministry of Mines. Retrieved 2 December 2015.

External links

  • Map of Settlements IMMAP, September 2011
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