Tuesday, August 23, 2011

[Mcm2Ada] The market in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan



Despite the fact that Mazar's fourth largest city of Afghanistan, making it nothing special. Of the attractions can be paid to the unique temple complex Rozii Sharif (Blue Mosque) and the market, where locals and spend most of the time. Market is quite colorful, it can safely spend half a day.



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10. Everyone knows that Afghanistan is the most delicious watermelons.


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13. The car on the narrow streets of the market is clearly redundant. Dissatisfied with the owners of two-transpotnyh of nervous and cursing.


14. The bright carrot.


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22. Freshly squeezed cherry juice with ice.


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28. Gutters are used as trash. They smell bad. They sometimes even clean.


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Other posts from Afghanistan:
Travel Notes, Day 1
Travel Notes, Day 2
Travel Notes, Day 3
Travel Notes, Day 4
Travel Notes, Day 5
Travel Notes, Day 6
Travel Notes, Day 7
Cemetery of Soviet technology and the Afghan army
Afghan School
Afghan heroin
The destruction of poppy fields in Afghanistan, or "honey bees against"

And now about the sponsor of most of my trips;) If you like my notes on the journey to Afghanistan, then see my blog on the turbine - there apart from the usual posts will soon be a lot of interesting tips, but we can already see the pattern of my route.


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