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Queen Soraya of Afghanistan

Queen Soraya of Afghanistan

Photographer Captures the Diverse Beauty of Women Around the World - Wakhan Corridor, Afghanistan

Photographer Captures the Diverse Beauty of Women Around the World - Wakhan Corridor, Afghanistan

Traditional dress of Afghanistan.

Traditional dress of Afghanistan.

Roland & Sabrina Michaud Afghanistan on my mind

Roland & Sabrina Michaud Afghanistan on my mind

Steve McCurry, Bamiyan's great buddha before it was destroyed by the taliban, Afghanistan

Steve McCurry, Bamiyan's great buddha before it was destroyed by the taliban, Afghanistan

Hazara-Iranian Mongol :: Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central asia.

Hazara-Iranian Mongol :: Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central asia.

steve mccurry(1950- ), afghanistan. pul i khumri. 1992. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchDetail&VBID=24PVHK9OAJUXT&PN=4130&IID=2K7O3R9V4OE0

steve mccurry(1950- ), afghanistan. pul i khumri. 1992. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchDetail&VBID=24PVHK9OAJUXT&PN=4130&IID=2K7O3R9V4OE0

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.

Masjed Jamed, Herat, Afghanistan. western Afghanistan. The photo shows one of the columns of western Shabestan. Shabestan (=nightland) 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 and looks still the same as on this photo from 1970.

Masjed Jamed, Herat, Afghanistan. western Afghanistan. The photo shows one of the columns of western Shabestan. Shabestan (=nightland) 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 and looks still the same as on this photo from 1970.