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Thousands of tourists visited Nangarhar, Laghman, Bamyan, on Eid days, officials

BAMYAN/ MEHTARLAM/ JALALABAD: Thousands of domestic tourists have visited the historical sites and natural attractions of the country’s eastern provinces in Nangarhar, Laghman and Bamyan provinces of the country, according to officials and separate statements from the provincial Information and Culture Departments on Monday. “Thousands of tourists from various provinces of the country came to Mumand area of Spin Ghar district of Nangarhar province on Eid days, where 8 years of Daesh atrocities have now ended,” a statement from the Information and Culture Directorate of Nangarhar province said adding the area was the front line of the war in the past. Also, the Director of Information and Culture of Laghman Mawlavi Abdul Noor Rasoli said that a number of high-ranking government officials including Deputy Director of Youth Affairs of the Ministry of Information and Culture Qari Mohammad Younus Rashid, Chief Inspector of the Ministry of Higher Education Mawlavi Khalid Afghan and thousands of domestic tourists visited Farishghan, Chakla and Nawiya areas of Daulat Shah District during the three days of the Eid alAdha, according to the statement. Daulat Shah District’s geographical structure, natural beauty and clear flowing water are the best places for tourists to enjoy. Meanwhile, a number of tourists have expressed their pleasure and they were very happy that the provinces are hosting more tourists compared to previous years, the statement added. Better security and tourist facilities have caused increasing number of tourists visiting the historical sites and natural attractions of the provinces. Also, local officials in Bameyan, as quoted by media, said that during four days of Eid, nearly 50,000 domestic tourists visited the ancient and recreational places of the province. “From the first day of Eid until four days later, 50,000 domestic tourists visited tourist attractions of Bamiyan province,” said Saif Rahman Mohammadi told media. The Kabul Times

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