Eid Gah, a ceremonial square and associated mosque (restored) built during the reign of King Amanullah, looking north-west. All commercial and residential property in this area was badly damaged during 1992/3, as one of the important front-lines was on the bridge (Pul e Mahmoud Khan) to the right of this image. A fine ceremonial clock-tower at the intersection beside the bridge (far right on this image) was demolished by then-government in 1994. Beyond the Kabul River lies the ruins of a large barracks, again built during the reign of Amanullah

Kabul, Afghanistan



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