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Kunduz is a city in Afghanistan; the name has also sometimes been rendered as Kūnduz, Qonduz, Qondūz, Konduz, Kondūz, Kondoz, or Qhunduz. The city was anciently known as Drapsaka, and was a place of importance visited by Alexander the Great. Kunduz is located at 36.73°N, 68.86°E, at an elevation of 397 meters above sea level. In the 1979 census (most recent) Kunduz had a population of 53,251 people. In 2001 it was estimated to have about 60,000 people.

Kunduz also refers to a province around the city.

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