Friends in Kabuli

VS Mazar-i-Sharif, Balkh Province, Afghanistan Afghanistan - thought about the kite runner wen I came across this pic

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

Our visitors come from Afghanistan - Blue Mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan ::Islamic Arts and Architecture

Afghanistan is one of the most backwards countries in the world when it comes to gender equality, making it an interesting choice for female travelers. Curious? Here's what it's like to travel as a woman in Afghanistan.

What’s it like to travel as a woman in Afghanistan?

Afghanistan is one of the most backwards countries in the world when it comes to gender equality, making it an interesting choice for female travelers. Here's what it's like to travel as a woman in Afghanistan.

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

Buddha of Bamiyan Afghanistan 1992 before destruction, Steve Mc Curry Built in 554 AD in the blended classic Gandhara art. Destroyed by the Taliban in 2001.

Buddha of Bamiyan Afghanistan 1992 before destruction, Steve Mc Curry Built in 554 AD in the blended classic Gandhara art. Destroyed by the Taliban in

Kabul, Afghanistan: 1970 vs 2010; guess it was the sexily SCANDALOUS women that did it in (sarcasm).

Kabul, Afghanistan: 1970 vs 2010

Kabul, Afghanistan: 1970 vs 2010 (Historical Kabul) ( Represents the scenery of Laila's hometown)

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.

Travel photography has this special ability to reveal a place’s true character, even if you’ve never been there yourself. In “A Monday in Kabul,’ Marieke van der Velden documents the everyday.

Hindu Kush mountains, Afghanistan

The Hindu Kush, also known as Pāriyātra Parvata, Caucasus Indicus, or Paropamisadae, is an long mountain range that stretches between central Afghanistan and northern Pakistan.

Drinking tea in a Bakery . Afghanistan

Drinking tea in a Bakery, Afghanistan _ Teázás egy pékségségben, Afganisztán

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