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Love Exploring Logo By loveEXPLORING staff of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 54: The archaeological remains of the Bamiyan Valley – containing fortified buildings from the Islamic period as well as Buddhist monastic sanctuaries – are one of Afghanistan's most significant sites. However, the area has been shaken by political unrest and terrorism; in 2001 the two standing Buddha statues – formerly the largest standing Buddha carvings in the world – were destroyed by the Taliban.

Bamiyan Valley, Afghanistan

The archaeological remains of the Bamiyan Valley – containing fortified buildings from the Islamic period as well as Buddhist monastic sanctuaries – are one of Afghanistan's most significant sites. However, the area has been shaken by political unrest and terrorism; in 2001 the two standing Buddha statues – formerly the largest standing Buddha carvings in the world – were destroyed by the Taliban.
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