Kabul Parliament (Afghanistan)
For Kabul Parliament EVOLUS product has been chosen for durability and ease of programming.
Kabul Parliament, the foundation stone for the new Afghan Parliament was laid in August 2005 by the last king of Afghanistan, Zahir Shah. The new Parliament building is located on a 84-acre plot on the outskirts of Kabul.
The main attraction of the building is a bronze dome of 32 meter diameter and 17.15 meter height is considered to be the largest dome in Asia. The big dome covers the assembly hall. Inside the building, a 20-feet fountain, made of green marble imported from Indian city of Udaipur, has been installed.