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MIANDAM VALLEY SWAT PAKISTAN || SNOW FALL ||


Miandam is a hill station in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, within the foothills of Hindu Kush mountains.[1] 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.[2]

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.[3] The first economic system of the area is predicated on tourism and agriculture. Whereas agriculture is usually centered on corn and potatoes,[1] As of 1988, its inhabitants was 3,000;[1] however it’s now estimated to be 20,000, together with neighboring hamlets
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Written by Zeshan Ahmad

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