In the village of Char Gul Tepa (four flowers hill).
The municipality of Char Gul is located in the province of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan, close to the border with Tajikistan. The region is mainly populated by Tajiks, Hazara, Turkmen and Uzbeks. In addition to the traditional craftsmen, the Kunduz province is home to farmers who cultivate cotton, rice, wheat, maize and melons in the fertile plain of the Kunduz River. The economic conditions are relatively good, the region is also considered the granary of Afghanistan.