Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, is located in the Kabul Valley in the east of the country and south of the Hindu Kush Mountain. It is 1,800 meters above sea level. The Kabul River passes through the city and divides the city into two. The south bank is the old city and the north bank is the new city. U-shaped, surrounded by mountains, the city opening faces the high mountains and mountains in the west. It is one of the two beautiful plateau cities and one of the highest mountain cities in the world.
There are many places of interest in Kabul. There is a former royal palace in the city. There are Gulhanna Palace, Dirkusha Palace, Sadarat Palace, etc. In the palace, there is a palace inside the palace, the palace outside the palace, simple and elegant, majestic. There are also the Rose Palace (now known as the People’s Palace), the Daalman Palace (now the seat of the Parliament and the government), as well as the National Museum, the Archaeological Museum and the University of Kabul.
In the northwestern suburbs of the city, there is the palace of the former king Habibullah. An Islamic dome-shaped building in the foothills of the city, called “Zah祠”, is the crown of the Islamic Shiite founder Ali.
A boulder stands about 40 meters away from Zach, and there is a big crack with a width of 1 meter and a length of 2 meters in the center. It is like a knife and axe. It is said that Ali is opened with a sword and is regarded as holy. Traces, every year around New Year’s Day, Afghan residents come to gather in front of Zah, and hold a grand religious ceremony around the boulder.