AwkatSalat Namaz vakitleri İslami bayramlar Kuran

Kabul, Afghanistan cinsinden namaz vakitleri

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Salı 23 Temmuz 2024

16 Muharramm 1446

Fecr/Subh03:18
Gündoğumu04:57
Öğle12:00
İkindi15:46
Gün batımı19:02
Akşam19:02
Yatsı20:35

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Çarşamba 24 Temmuz 2024

17 Muharramm 1446

Fecr/Subh03:19
Gündoğumu04:58
Öğle12:00
İkindi15:45
Gün batımı19:01
Akşam19:01
Yatsı20:34

Current time in Kabul, Afghanistan. Time zone: Asia/Kabul
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Kabul, Afghanistan cinsinden müslüman namaz vakitlerinin aylık takvimi

Temmuz 2024


GünFacrDohrİkindiAkşamYatsı
Pzt
01
Temmuz
02:5911:5715:4419:1020:48
Sal
02
Temmuz
03:0011:5715:4419:1020:48
Çrş
03
Temmuz
03:0011:5815:4419:1020:48
Prş
04
Temmuz
03:0111:5815:4419:1020:47
Cum
05
Temmuz
03:0211:5815:4419:1020:47
Cts
06
Temmuz
03:0211:5815:4519:0920:47
Paz
07
Temmuz
03:0311:5815:4519:0920:46
Pzt
08
Temmuz
03:0411:5815:4519:0920:46
Sal
09
Temmuz
03:0511:5915:4519:0920:45
Çrş
10
Temmuz
03:0611:5915:4519:0820:45
Prş
11
Temmuz
03:0611:5915:4519:0820:44
Cum
12
Temmuz
03:0711:5915:4519:0820:44
Cts
13
Temmuz
03:0811:5915:4519:0720:43
Paz
14
Temmuz
03:0911:5915:4519:0720:42
Pzt
15
Temmuz
03:1011:5915:4519:0620:42
Sal
16
Temmuz
03:1111:5915:4619:0620:41
Çrş
17
Temmuz
03:1212:0015:4619:0520:40
Prş
18
Temmuz
03:1312:0015:4619:0520:39
Cum
19
Temmuz
03:1412:0015:4619:0420:39
Cts
20
Temmuz
03:1512:0015:4619:0420:38
Paz
21
Temmuz
03:1612:0015:4619:0320:37
Pzt
22
Temmuz
03:1712:0015:4619:0320:36
Sal
23
Temmuz
03:1812:0015:4619:0220:35
Çrş
24
Temmuz
03:1912:0015:4519:0120:34
Prş
25
Temmuz
03:2012:0015:4519:0120:33
Cum
26
Temmuz
03:2112:0015:4519:0020:32
Cts
27
Temmuz
03:2212:0015:4518:5920:31
Paz
28
Temmuz
03:2312:0015:4518:5820:30
Pzt
29
Temmuz
03:2412:0015:4518:5820:29
Sal
30
Temmuz
03:2512:0015:4518:5720:28
Çrş
31
Temmuz
03:2612:0015:4518:5620:26


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