Afghanistan is a Muslim state; over 99% of the population is Muslim. The remaining 1% of the population comprises Sikhs, Hindus, and Jews.
The cities map of Afghanistan shows the national capital, major cities, and the administrative divisions of the state. The map also clearly demarcates the provincial and international boundaries of the country. Afghanistan is bordered by Pakistan, Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and China. Kabul, the capital city, is located in eastern Afghanistan and is an important economic and cultural center.
The major cities of Afghanistan are Kanadahar, Herat, Lashkar Gah, Baghlan, Ghurian, Jalalabad, Mazari Sharif, and Ghazni. Afghanistan is an Islamic republic and is currently led by the Karzai administration. Hamid Karzai is the current President of Afghanistan. Afghani, denoted by the code AFN, is the official currency of Afghanistan. It is issued by Da Afghanistan Bank. Major industries in the country are furniture, shoes, fertilizers, apparel, food-products, natural gas, coal, and copper. Pakistan, India, Russia, Germany, Tajikistan, and United States are the chief trading partners of Afghanistan. The country exports opium, fruits and nuts, wool, cotton, hides, precious and semi-precious stones, while the major imports include capital goods, food, textiles, and other consumer goods.