Mazar-i-Sharif and Mazar-e-Sharif the fourth-largest city in Afghanistan, with a residents of 693,000 in (2015). It is the assets of Balkh province and is connected by thoroughfare with Kunduz in east, Kabul of the southeast, Herat in the west and Uzbekistan lies in the north. Mazar-e Sharif, the length of with Herat, Jalalabad in east or Kandahar in the south, creates Afghanistan and significant planned site in Asia. The city also serves up as one of the lot of tourist magnetism because of its famed shrines as well as the Muslim or Hellenistic archeological place. In 2006, the detection of new Hellenistic leftovers was proclaiming.