Where the World Meets | Steve McCurry - Afghanistan

Where the World Meets | Steve McCurry - Afghanistan

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Drinking tea in a Bakery . Afghanistan

Drinking tea in a Bakery . Afghanistan

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Blue Mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan ::Islamic Arts and Architecture

Blue Mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan ::Islamic Arts and Architecture

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In “A Monday in Kabul,’ Marieke van der Velden documents the everyday happenings of a city that’s seen its fair share of violence in the past decade.

In “A Monday in Kabul,’ Marieke van der Velden documents the everyday happenings of a city that’s seen its fair share of violence in the past decade.

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shitfuckcockballs:  Buddha Sculpture Bamiyan Valley Afghanistan 1992 Photography: Steve McCurry Destroyed by the Taliban 2001

shitfuckcockballs: Buddha Sculpture Bamiyan Valley Afghanistan 1992 Photography: Steve McCurry Destroyed by the Taliban 2001

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Where Buddha Once Stood - Bamiyan, Bamian, Afghanistan

Where Buddha Once Stood - Bamiyan, Bamian, Afghanistan

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Herat, Afghanistan | Steve McCurry

Herat, Afghanistan | Steve McCurry

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‘Girl between two women in bazaar’, 2002. | 24 Striking Pictures Of Afghanistan By Photojournalist Steve McCurry

‘Girl between two women in bazaar’, 2002. | 24 Striking Pictures Of Afghanistan By Photojournalist Steve McCurry

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in Afghanistan (it's like a cool tone version of qarth *A* speaking of which, where did they film that...)

in Afghanistan (it's like a cool tone version of qarth *A* speaking of which, where did they film that...)

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Masjed-Jameh (mosque) of Herat city, western Afghanistan. The photo shows one of the columns of western Shabestan. Shabestan (means "night land") is part of a mosque for sleeping or nocturnal prayers. Despite of three decades of war in Afghanistan, the historcial heritage of Herat, especially this mosque, has survived.

Masjed-Jameh (mosque) of Herat city, western Afghanistan. The photo shows one of the columns of western Shabestan. Shabestan (means "night land") is part of a mosque for sleeping or nocturnal prayers. Despite of three decades of war in Afghanistan, the historcial heritage of Herat, especially this mosque, has survived.

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