Abdur Rahman Khan Mausoleum, Kabul

Abdur Rahman Khan Mausoleum, Kabul (must see)

Abdur Rahman Khan was Emir of Afghanistan between 1880 and 1901. He was a strong ruler and gained the name of the ‘Iron Amir’. His tomb sits in the Mausoleum in Zarnegar Park (translated as the park adorned with gold). This building used to be a palace that later was converted to a mausoleum for the Amir. There is a beautiful red dome atop of the mausoleum that sits on a whitewashed drum. Across from the park you’ll see the Abdul Rahman Mosque. It is not to be confused, the benefactor of the mosque has no relation to the Iron Amir.
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Sight Name: Abdur Rahman Khan Mausoleum
Sight Location: Kabul, Afghanistan (See walking tours in Kabul)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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Set in a valley one mile above sea level, surrounded by mountains, Kabul, the capital and the largest city of Afghanistan, has been around for over 3,500 years, seeing many conquerors wanting to establish their presence in this valley due to its strategic location between Southern and Central Asia. Despite the ongoing military conflict in the country, today's Kabul is the fifth fastest...  view more

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.2 Km or 3.2 Miles