Samahni valley is a valley situated on the LOC (line of control) that separates Azad Kashmir from Indian-held Kashmir. It is 35 km long and about 8 km in width and covers an area of 1270 km2. By covered area, it is the largest valley in Kashmir.
Most of the inhabitants speak Pahari, with some Punjabi influence but Urdu is still spoken and understood among the villagers.
The Samahni valley has thirteen towns:
Other important locations include:
- Baghsar Fort – an ancient fort constructed by Mughal rulers
- Baghsar Lake
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