Band-e-Amir Lake, Afghanistan by Mike Connolly  #TheTrueFaceOfAfghanistan #The_True_Face_Of_Afghanistan

Band-e-Amir Lake, Afghanistan by Mike Connolly #TheTrueFaceOfAfghanistan #The_True_Face_Of_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

Blue mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif

Blue mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif

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.

Herat, Afghanistan | Steve McCurry

Herat, Afghanistan | Steve McCurry

Shiva Lake, Afghanistan

Shiva Lake, Afghanistan

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...)

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.

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. Curious? Here's what it's like to travel as a woman in Afghanistan.

Blue mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif

Blue mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif

This is Afghanistan by Nini Baseema

Afghanistan in Photos

This is Afghanistan by Nini Baseema

Masjid of Herat, Afghanistan                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Masjid of Herat, Afghanistan More

Many a daring traveler wants to travel to Afghanistan, but it's difficult when there's hardly any up-to-date information on the country! Well, look no more: here's the most comprehensive guide to travel in Afghanistan available on the internet.

The ultimate Afghanistan travel guide

Many a daring traveler wants to travel to Afghanistan, but it's difficult when there's hardly any up-to-date information on the country! Well, look no more: here's the most comprehensive guide to travel in Afghanistan available on the internet.

Where Buddha Once Stood - Bamiyan, Bamian, Afghanistan

Where Buddha Once Stood - Bamiyan, Bamian, Afghanistan

Heerat Citadel, Afghanistan                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Heerat Citadel, Afghanistan More

TRAVELLING SOLO THROUGH THE SILK ROAD - Three months ago, I took a 2.5 month trip through the Silk Road, a ancient network of trade routes, starting from China, I went through Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and finally Turkmenistan and it was honestly the most unforgettable trip I have ever had traveling. The rawness of the hospitality and kindness was beyond any words that I can describe. By Sophia Kim for WeAreTravelGirls.com

CONQUERING STIGMAS: TRAVELLING SOLO THROUGH THE SILK ROAD

TRAVELLING SOLO THROUGH THE SILK ROAD - Three months ago, I took a 2.5 month trip through the Silk Road, a ancient network of trade routes, starting from China, I went through Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and finally Turkmenistan and it was honestly the most unforgettable trip I have ever had traveling. The rawness of the hospitality and kindness was beyond any words that I can describe. By Sophia Kim for WeAreTravelGirls.com

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