Chisht-e Sharif

Chisht-e Sharif
Original name in latin Chisht-e Sharf
Name in other language Ceste Sarif, Ceste Saf, Chesht-e Sharif, Chesht-e Sharf, Chest-e Sharif, Chisht-e Sharif, Chisht-e Sharf, Chusht-e Sharif, Chusht-e Sharf, Khvajeh Chesht, Khvjeh Chesht, Khwaja Chist, Qaryeh-ye Chest-e Sharif, Qaryeh-ye Chest-e Sharf, chsht shr
State code AF
Continent/City Asia/Kabul
longitude 34.34731
latitude 63.73966
altitude 1572
Population 0
Date 2012-02-28

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