History of Jalalabad
Jalalabad is the capital of Nangahar province. The modern city of Jalalabad was
founded, in 1570, by the Mughal emperor Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar. The city
was used by the Afghan kings as winter capital. It has a very pleasant and temperate
climate during the winter and has quite a hot summer.
The places of interests are :
- The Bagh-I Shahi (royal garden) built by Amir Abdul Rahman Khan near the
- The royal mausoleum where the king Habibullah Khan and his son Amanullah
Khan were buried.