So many interesting and beautiful places in the World. I believe that this is Bamyan a valley in the centre of Afghanistan with two giant Buddhas carved out of sandstone cliffs, If so this photo was taken before the Taliban blew up the statues.

shitfuckcockballs: Buddha Sculpture Bamiyan Valley Afghanistan 1992 Photography: Steve McCurry Destroyed by the Taliban 2001

Steve McCurry

Farmers work in front of empty Buddha niches where the Taliban destroyed the Buddhas that had stood for over a thousand years in Bamiyan, Afghanistan / Photography by Steve McCurry /

Buddha of Bamiyan (Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of the Bamiyan Valley, Afghanistan) www.facebook.com/AllAboutTravelInc www.allabouttravel.org 605-339-8911 #travel

The taller Buddha of Bamiyan (Cultural Landscape and Archaeological Remains of the Bamiyan Valley, Afghanistan), destroyed on 2 March 2001 by the Taliban

This ceramic statue of a man from the Veracruz area of Mexico shows him wearing an incredibly ornate costume. Was he a ruler? A warrior? Tamayo Museum -Oaxaca -Mexico p...

This ceramic statue of a man from the Veracruz area of Mexico shows him wearing an incredibly ornate costume. Was he a ruler? Tamayo Museum -Oaxaca -Mexico p.

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DalgarvenMillCup&Ring - Stones of Scotland

Dalgarven Mill Cup & Ring - Petroglyph at Dalgarven Mill, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Sarcophagus and lid with relief of Married couple. Etruscan circa late 4th–early 3rd century B.C    http://www.mfa.org/node/4301

Unknown, Sarcophagus of Ramtha Visnai and Arnth Tetnies, BC stone, late Etruscan

Shrine, Balkh, Afghanistan Afghan Images Social Net Work: سی افغانستان: شبکه اجتماعی تصویر افغانستان http://seeafghanistan.com

Dome of the ruins of the Masjid Sabz (the "Green Mosque"), Balkh, Afghanistan

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