Miandam is a hill station in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, within the foothills of Hindu Kush mountains. It’s positioned at a distance of 55 km away from Mingora the capital of Swat Valley, and 56 kilometers (35 mi) from Saidu Sharif.
Miandam is enriched in medicinal vegetation, owing to which the city is the location of a World Extensive Fund for Nature venture selling sustainable harvesting of medicinal vegetation, and now about 1,000 persons are depending on the medicinal plant commerce for his or her total earnings. The first economic system of the area is predicated on tourism and agriculture. Whereas agriculture is usually centered on corn and potatoes, As of 1988, its inhabitants was 3,000; however it’s now estimated to be 20,000, together with neighboring hamlets
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