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  Darulaman Palace was built in the 1920's by King Amanullah during his attempt to create a new capital of the country and as part of his vision to modernize Afghanistan. The palace is now in ruins. This series of images was taken from a range of locations; some just outside the palace gates and others inside the rubble of its once opulent interior.

Darulaman Palace was built in the 1920's by King Amanullah during his attempt to create a new capital of the country and as part of his vision to modernize Afghanistan. The palace is now in ruins. This series of images was taken from a range of locations; some just outside the palace gates and others inside the rubble of its once opulent interior.

  The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.

The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.

  The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.

The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.

  Another Soviet infrastructural project, the Polytechnic University in Kabul is still holding classes despite the fact that its campus was badly damaged when the Taliban took the city. Inside these walls students learn about welding, car repair, and carpet weaving.

Another Soviet infrastructural project, the Polytechnic University in Kabul is still holding classes despite the fact that its campus was badly damaged when the Taliban took the city. Inside these walls students learn about welding, car repair, and carpet weaving.

  The Panjshir Valley is 150km north of Kabul in Panjshir Provence. The terrain is so rugged that armies from the British to the Soviets suffered heavy casualties when trying to engage various factions and iterations of Afghan fighters. Most recently, the Taliban was defeated by the Northern Alliance in the civil war (1996-2001). Heavy engagement in active battle for the last 20 years has left the Panjshir valley littered with tanks, truck parts, and other military machinery that is too costly to remove from this lush landscape.

The Panjshir Valley is 150km north of Kabul in Panjshir Provence. The terrain is so rugged that armies from the British to the Soviets suffered heavy casualties when trying to engage various factions and iterations of Afghan fighters. Most recently, the Taliban was defeated by the Northern Alliance in the civil war (1996-2001). Heavy engagement in active battle for the last 20 years has left the Panjshir valley littered with tanks, truck parts, and other military machinery that is too costly to remove from this lush landscape.

  Viewers cut into Roxanne D. Crocker’s   CAKE  , set against the backdrop of Lisi Raskin’s   Flat Screen (Pink Wall)   at the opening of the group show   you know it when you feel it   as part of   Recuperative Tactics  , Art in General, April 19, 2014. Image credit: Steven Probert

Viewers cut into Roxanne D. Crocker’s CAKE, set against the backdrop of Lisi Raskin’s Flat Screen (Pink Wall) at the opening of the group show you know it when you feel it as part of Recuperative Tactics, Art in General, April 19, 2014. Image credit: Steven Probert

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  Darulaman Palace was built in the 1920's by King Amanullah during his attempt to create a new capital of the country and as part of his vision to modernize Afghanistan. The palace is now in ruins. This series of images was taken from a range of locations; some just outside the palace gates and others inside the rubble of its once opulent interior.
  The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.
  The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.
  Another Soviet infrastructural project, the Polytechnic University in Kabul is still holding classes despite the fact that its campus was badly damaged when the Taliban took the city. Inside these walls students learn about welding, car repair, and carpet weaving.
  The Panjshir Valley is 150km north of Kabul in Panjshir Provence. The terrain is so rugged that armies from the British to the Soviets suffered heavy casualties when trying to engage various factions and iterations of Afghan fighters. Most recently, the Taliban was defeated by the Northern Alliance in the civil war (1996-2001). Heavy engagement in active battle for the last 20 years has left the Panjshir valley littered with tanks, truck parts, and other military machinery that is too costly to remove from this lush landscape.
  Viewers cut into Roxanne D. Crocker’s   CAKE  , set against the backdrop of Lisi Raskin’s   Flat Screen (Pink Wall)   at the opening of the group show   you know it when you feel it   as part of   Recuperative Tactics  , Art in General, April 19, 2014. Image credit: Steven Probert
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Darulaman Palace was built in the 1920's by King Amanullah during his attempt to create a new capital of the country and as part of his vision to modernize Afghanistan. The palace is now in ruins. This series of images was taken from a range of locations; some just outside the palace gates and others inside the rubble of its once opulent interior.

The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.

The 'Silo' Bakery is one of over 150 Soviet infrastructural projects built in Afghanistan. Today it supplies bread to the ministry of defense and the ministry of the interior.

Another Soviet infrastructural project, the Polytechnic University in Kabul is still holding classes despite the fact that its campus was badly damaged when the Taliban took the city. Inside these walls students learn about welding, car repair, and carpet weaving.

The Panjshir Valley is 150km north of Kabul in Panjshir Provence. The terrain is so rugged that armies from the British to the Soviets suffered heavy casualties when trying to engage various factions and iterations of Afghan fighters. Most recently, the Taliban was defeated by the Northern Alliance in the civil war (1996-2001). Heavy engagement in active battle for the last 20 years has left the Panjshir valley littered with tanks, truck parts, and other military machinery that is too costly to remove from this lush landscape.

Viewers cut into Roxanne D. Crocker’s CAKE, set against the backdrop of Lisi Raskin’s Flat Screen (Pink Wall) at the opening of the group show you know it when you feel it as part of Recuperative Tactics, Art in General, April 19, 2014. Image credit: Steven Probert

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