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Park Visitors Surge in Kabul During Eid al-Adha

The number of visitors to recreational parks has increased on the third day of Eid al-Adha.

Residents of the capital, who have been visiting the parks to celebrate Eid al-Adha, told a TOLOnews reporter that they enjoy going to parks and recreational areas of the country during Eid days.

Sulaiman, who came to Shahr-e Naw Park in Kabul on the third day of Eid, told a TOLOnews reporter: "The Eid days passed well and happily. We celebrated.”

Atta-ul-Haq, another resident of Kabul who came to Shahr-e Naw Park to celebrate Eid, said: "The first two days passed happily, today is the third day and I came to this park and visited my friends and relatives’ houses also.”

At the same time, several street vendors have spoken about the boost in their business during Eid days, adding that their sales market is more vibrant during Eid compared to other days.

Ali Asghar, a street vendor, said: " Since people visit recreational parks and areas in Eid days, our sales boom.”

Residents of the capital said that visiting each other during Eid is an ancient tradition of the Afghan people.

Abbas, a resident of the capital, said: " We celebrated the three days of Eid because this is an ancient tradition of ours and all Muslims in the world.”

Eid is one of the Islamic festivals celebrated twice a year, namely Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, by Muslims worldwide, including in Afghanistan.

Park Visitors Surge in Kabul During Eid al-Adha

Residents of the capital said that visiting each other during Eid is an ancient tradition of the Afghan people.

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The number of visitors to recreational parks has increased on the third day of Eid al-Adha.

Residents of the capital, who have been visiting the parks to celebrate Eid al-Adha, told a TOLOnews reporter that they enjoy going to parks and recreational areas of the country during Eid days.

Sulaiman, who came to Shahr-e Naw Park in Kabul on the third day of Eid, told a TOLOnews reporter: "The Eid days passed well and happily. We celebrated.”

Atta-ul-Haq, another resident of Kabul who came to Shahr-e Naw Park to celebrate Eid, said: "The first two days passed happily, today is the third day and I came to this park and visited my friends and relatives’ houses also.”

At the same time, several street vendors have spoken about the boost in their business during Eid days, adding that their sales market is more vibrant during Eid compared to other days.

Ali Asghar, a street vendor, said: " Since people visit recreational parks and areas in Eid days, our sales boom.”

Residents of the capital said that visiting each other during Eid is an ancient tradition of the Afghan people.

Abbas, a resident of the capital, said: " We celebrated the three days of Eid because this is an ancient tradition of ours and all Muslims in the world.”

Eid is one of the Islamic festivals celebrated twice a year, namely Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, by Muslims worldwide, including in Afghanistan.

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