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Visitor at the Kabul Museum, Afghanistan. This makes me sad.

An ancient sculptures, pottery and bowls is displayed in the Kabul Museum August 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan

Kashgar Portrait #silkroute #kickstarter #travel photography

Kashgar Portrait #silkroute #kickstarter #travel photography

A woman from the ethnic Hazara minority stands in front of her cave home in Bamiyan, some 240 km (150 miles) northwest of Kabul, Afghanistan.

A woman from the ethnic Hazara minority stands in front of her cave home in Bamiyan, some 240 km miles) northwest of Kabul, Afghanistan.

An Afghan girl jumps on her skateboard in Kabul, on June 21, 2012. Hundreds of Afghan boys and girls celebrated World Skateboarding Day in Kabul. (AP Photo/Ahmad Jamshid) #

An Afghan girl jumps on her skateboard in Kabul, on June Hundreds of Afghan boys and girls celebrated World Skateboarding Day in Kabul.

An Afghan shopowner selling Afghan carpets and rugs seen in his shop in Chicken Street on October 17, 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Chicken Street has been a focus for Afghanistan’s tourists since the days of the Hippy Trail. All kinds of handicrafts are available here, from jewellery to carpets, ‘antique’ muskets to poached furs.

An Afghan shopowner selling Afghan carpets and rugs seen in his shop in Chicken Street on October 17, 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Chicken Street has been a focus for Afghanistan’s tourists since the days of the Hippy Trail. All kinds of handicrafts are available here, from jewellery to carpets, ‘antique’ muskets to poached furs.

Cemetery and mosque, Mazar-e Sakhi, Afghanistan. This is Karte Sakhi graveyard. Unfortunately, due to years of war, it is much larger with thousands of victims buried here. (V)

Cemetery and mosque, Mazar-e Sakhi, Afghanistan. This is Karte Sakhi graveyard. Unfortunately, due to years of war, it is much larger with thousands of victims buried here.

Buddhist complex of Bamian. Afghanistan, 1931 year. Photography of National Geographic, author - Maynard Owen Williams (1888-1963).

Ancient Gandhara, Afghanistan: Bamiyan Valley famous for Large Buddha Statues Demolished by Taliban forces

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