Afghanistan PhotoGallery

Afghanistan photo galleries, pictures, art and images
Photographs of Afghanistan, mostly in Kabul in 1967-68. Dr. Bill Podlich, photographer. Scanned from slides and restored by C. Esterson.
Time, which changes people, does not alter the image we have retained of them.
“Marcel Proust”
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Find Afghanistan , See Latest Image Of Afghanistan in Past Years, And Recent.

Harrison Forman

Luke Powell
Williams Afghan Media Project’s Index of Online Photogalleries
TrekEarth  Travel photo submission website. Afghanistan section.
Flickr  Public photo storage site. Search tagged for “Afghanistan.”
Afghanistan Photos (1888s to 1930s)
Images of Asia – Afghanistan
Darulaman  Afghanistan photos from the 1920s (in German)
Bill Podlich Photos from Kabul (1967-1968)
Ariana Delawari
Images of Afghanistan
Peter Langer
Photos from Afghanistan
Fausto Biloslavo
Bamiyan Fine Art Gallery
Iain Cochrane
Dmitri Markine
Afghanistan Photography

Afghanistan Maps and Satellite Imagery

  Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection  Hosted by The University of Texas. Comprehensive, multi-themed online collection.

United Nations Thematic Afghanistan Maps  10 thematic maps.

UNOSAT Maps and Satellite Images  29 thematic maps prepared by the UN.

AIMS Maps Numerous thematic maps

Google Maps – Afghanistan  Interactive true image of Afghanistan based on satellite and aerial photography.

Google Earth  Free service requiring a download. Superior to Google maps link above.

UN Food and Agriculture Organization maps

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