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by Michael Lottko last modified Sep 01, 2011 12:03 PM

Collection of articles about Bamiyan and the community

Page Gandhara Ausstellung in Bonn und Berlin
Gandhara. Das buddhistische Erbe Pakistans. Legenden, Klöster und Paradiese - Ausstellung - Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (9. April bis 10. August 2009) . Die Ausstellung war vom 21. November 2008 bis 15. März 2009 in der Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle Bonn zu sehen.
News Item Calling all tourists to Bamiyan
BBC News - Saturday, 1 September 2007 By Charles Haviland in Bamiyan, central Afghanistan
News Item Debating the future of Afghan Buddhas
BBC News - Saturday, 25 August 2007 By Charles Haviland in Bamiyan, central Afghanistan
News Item Return of artefacts to Kabul Museum
Nearly 1,500 ancient artifacts that were taken out of Afghanistan to save them from destruction and looting have been returned. The items were taken to Kabul's national museum last week from Switzerland, where they have been stored since 1999 in the Afghanistan Museum-in-Exile in Bubendorf.
News Item Afghan education project (AEP) Radio programme wins award
The BBC World Service Trust's Afghan education project (AEP)has won a Bronze World Medal for its children’s radio programme, The Ruined Castle, in the Best Children’s/ Young Adults programme category.
News Item TV Programme on Bamiyan by Al Jazeera International channel
Documentary on present situation in Bamiyan aired by Al Jazeera International
Link Women in Kabul
Photo Documentary on live of five women at Kabul five years after the fall of the Taliban regime by journalist Paula Lerner
Link Afghanistan 1969-1974
Collection of pictures from Dr. Volker Thewalt during his research in Bamiyan in the years 1969-1974
Link Circus in Bamiyan
MMCC, Mobile Mini Circus for Children, is an international non profit NGO that has been working in Afghanistan since June 2002. Since then, MMCC has performed and made workshops for more than 460,000 children in a large number of provinces throughout Afghanistan.The main objective of MMCC is providing educational and informative entertainment for children. This aim is achieved by identifying, training, and applying the Afghan talents and potentials. The Bamiyan section opened in Winter 2008.
Link Luke Powells Photo Gallery on Afghanistan
Color photographs from Afghanistan made by Luke Powell and hosted at the University of Nebraska at Omaha
Link The Afghan Music Project
he Afghan Music Project (AMP) is a mixed media social venture, seeking to raise awareness of Afghan culture through music. All proceeds from the project will fund Afghan music teachers in Kabul who will teach music to Afghan youth, particularly young women. Explore the links below to learn more about the project.
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