Mazar-i-sharif – The Religious City of Afghanistan

Mazar-i-sharif – The Religious City of Afghanistan

Afghanistan is the real Islamic country. This country has many beautiful tourism objects. You will never get bored to surround the whole areas, because you will always get a new one in every place. The tourists will be amazed by the variety of cultures that is owned by Afghanistan. You will get many religious experiences in this country. You can enjoy how the beautiful God’s creation through the cultures of Afghanistan.

The Blue Mosque

Blue Mosque, Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan
Photo by Jzielcke

Afghanistan is a one of the countries that you are required to visit. The cultural diversity of Afghanistan will be an amazing experience. However, it is not a complete vacation if if you have not visited a religious city called Mazar-i-sharif. Mazar-i-sharif is the capital of Balkh province. This is a strategic because it connects to Kunduz in the east, Herat in the west, Uzbekistan to the north, and Kabul to south-east. Many tourists visited this city every year. They choose this destination because of the famous shrines as the Muslim and Hellenistic historical artifacts.

Getting Henna'd

Getting Henna’d (Traditional Temporary Tattoo), Mazar-i-Sharif
Photo by Mobyhill

The most famous tourism object in Mazar-i-sharif is Shrine of Hazrat Ali or Blue Mosque. This is the burial place of Ali; cousin of this is the burial place of Ali, cousin of Prophet Muhammad. This religious place has many visitors who want to want to see and pray for the cousin of Muhammad.

Mazar-i-sharif is like Jalalabad, which borders with neighbor country in the northern of Afghanistan. This city began to build a railway to Uzbekistan on 2011. The government believes this rail construction could increase the level of economic. You can visit this religious city by airplane to Mazari Sharif Airport. Enjoy your holiday and get a religious moment in this beautiful city.

Afghanistan Observes 2007 International Peace Day

Afghanistan Observes 2007 International Peace Day
Photo by United Nation Photo

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