Afghanistan Cities

There are several large cities, and in Kabul, the capital city has a population of 300,000, with a university and a university of the arts. However, only a family of twelve living in a city. (In the United States, more than half the population lives in cities.) Only people in cities than ever see the books or newspapers, but somehow some big news soon spreads throughout the country, through the heads of the tribes. Although Afghanistan has laws that apply to all the people, the peasants in the villages and nomads roaming the country are governed in most cases by the leaders of their tribes.

Not much fun as the American who think of fun, whether for adults or children. No television, no cinema, and radio emissions are among the few people in the cities, for farmers and herders have no radios. But children love to listen to the people narrator reading or telling stories, often playing a stringed instrument like a guitar as he does. What kind of place is most of the people of Afghanistan live in the central part of the country, the level plains of the rivers that traverse the high and rising mountains on all sides. Some of these mountains the Hindu Kush mountain range on the eastern border, are among the highest in the world.

In the plains, where cultivation takes place, there is a rainy season from December to April, but even at this time there is very little rain. At other times, no rain at all and often the temperature goes as high as 120 °, which is higher than it ever gets into the United States, except in desert regions like the Valley of Death. Farmers have to rely on melting snow descending from the mountains in three major rivers, the Amu Darya, Kabul, and Helmand. From these farmers get enough water for their fields. On the slopes of the mountains, shepherds tend their flocks of sheep. This is sometimes very hot, often