Pashto Language spoken cities in Pakistan

Pashto is local language, spoken in the following cities or towns in Pakistan.


  • Attock

    Attock

    Attock is located on the bank of the River Indus on the Pothohar Plateau, at the distance of 80 km from Rawalpindi and 100 km from Peshawar. Attock is famous for the magnificent view of the merger of the River Indus and Kabul River that is visible from the bridge over the River Indus on Grand Trunk Road.
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  • Chaman

    Chaman is situated in Balochistan with Kandahar, a city of Afghanistan, at the distance of 128 km from Quetta on National Highway N-25. It is the most important border crossing between Pakistan and Afghanistan, and most of the trade is conducted through it.
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  • Chitral

    Chitral, a beautiful valley in the Hindukush Range, is located on the western bank of the Chitral River, in the Northwest of Pakistan at the far end border with Afghanistan. Chitral is famous for the scenic beauty of Tirich Mir, which is the highest peak in the Hindukush Range.
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  • Dir

    Dir is located at a distance of 213 km from Peshawar on the foothills of the Himalayas and is accessible via Chakdara by Dir-Chitral Road and then following Dir-Malakand Road. It was a princely state and ruled by Nawab Shah Jehan Khan and merged with Pakistan in 1969. It is gateway to Chitral in north and to Swat in the east. In 1996, it was divided into Upper Dir district and Lower Dir district.
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  • Karachi

    Karachi, the capital of Sindh, the most populous city of Pakistan and is also the largest city by area in Pakistan. It lies on the shore of the Arabian Sea and on the western edge of the Indus River. It is the main business and financial hub of Pakistan having the head offices of all major industries and major banks in Pakistan.
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  • Peshawar

    Peshawar, the Capital of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, is located on the eastern end of Khyber Pass surrounded by different mountain ranges on three sides, at the distance of 160 km from Islamabad on Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway M-1. It is the most important and largest city in Khybeer Pakhtoonkhwa.
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  • Pishin Valley

    Pishin district is located at a distance of 50 km from Quetta in the northwest of Balochistan near the Afghanistan border, a real beautiful valley as consist of thousands of gardens full of fruits and flowers. It is the good source of crops, fruits and vegetables.
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  • Quetta

    Quetta, also known as the fruit garden of Pakistan, is the capital of Balochistan province, located at a distance of 691 km from Karachi. There is a number of fruit orchards in and around the city, and there are large and different varieties of fruits and dry fruits produced there.
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  • Swat

    The lush-green and bow-shaped valley of Swat with its shining waterfalls and singing Swat River and its tributaries, and fruit-laden orchards, and gardens with a stack of colorful flowers, is an ideal for holiday-makers loving for relaxation after their busy lives. It is located in the range of Hindukush Range at an altitude of 976 meters above sea level.
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  • Tank

    Tank is situated on the foot of Takht-i-Sulaiman Range, at a distance of 267 km from Peshawar on the Tank-Indus Highway Link Road taking right from the Indus Highway N-55.
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