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Which pass connects Pakistan with Afghanistan?
Afghanistan lies in the North – West of Pakistan. The two countries share not only common religion but also customs, culture and traditions. The two countries are connected by seven mountainous passes, the most important and well known of which is Khyber Pass.
Khyber Pass connects which two countries?
The two most important Asian countries that Khyber Pass connects are Pakistan and Afghanistan. It connects the town of Landi Kotal to the town of Jamrud in the Peshawar Valley.
Khyber Pass is located in which mountain range?
Khyber Pass is located in the White Mountain (Speen Ghar) range. It is located at an elevation 1070 meters.
How many passes connects Pakistan with Afghanistan?
The seven mountainous passes that connect Pakistan and Afghanistan are given below.
Khyber Pass: Connects Landi Kotal to the town of Jamrud.
Broghil Pass: Connects Wakhan with Chitral.
Dorah Pass: Connects Chitral with Badakhshan.
Irshad Pass: Connects Hunza with Wakhan Corridor.
Peiwar Pass: Connects Kurram district with Paktia province.
Gomal Pass: Connects Tank in Pakistan with Ghazni in Afghanistan.
Khojak Pass: Connects Quetta with Qndahar.
Source: The above answer is based on information given by the World Bank official website and World Atlas.