Central address: Shadian Rd, Mazari Sharif, Afghanistan
Time Zone: Asia/Samarkand
Latitude: 36° 41' 33.4212'' N
Longitude: 67° 7' 4.6236'' E
Mazar-i-Sharif (Dari/Pashto: مزار شریف; Mazâre Šarif; [ˌmæˈzɒːr ˌi ʃæˈriːf], Uzbek Latin: Mozori-Sharif), often called just Mazar, is the fourth-largest city of Afghanistan, with a 2015 UN—Habitat population estimate between 577,500 and 693,000. It is the capital of Balkh province and is linked by highways with Kunduz in the east, Kabul in the southeast, Herat in the west and Samarkand in Uzbekistan in the north. It is about 55 km (34 mi) from the Uzbek border. The city also serves as one of the many tourist attractions because of its famous shrines as well as the Islamic and Hellenistic archeological sites. The ancient city of Balkh is also nearby.
The latitude of Mazār-e Sharīf is 36.692617, and the longitude is 67.117951. Mazār-e Sharīf is a city is located at Afghanistan with the gps coordinates of 36° 41' 33.4212'' N and 67° 7' 4.6236'' E. The elevation of Mazār-e Sharīf is 385.200, the time zone is Asia/Samarkand.
|Elevation||385.200||DMS Lat||36° 41' 33.4212'' N|
|DMS Lng||67° 7' 4.6236'' E||GeoHASH||tqx8xr9vcxed5|
|UTM Zone||42S||UTM Easting||331862.210794674|
|UTM Northing||4062424.98612056||Time Zone||Asia/Samarkand|