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Mughal exhibition in Kabul a reminder of the city’s artistic glory

/ 03:41 PM June 04, 2018

Dozens of enlarged reproductions of miniatures — highly detailed paintings the size of a school notebook — that were created in Kabul during the 16th century have gone on display in Babur Gardens. Image: AFP/Wakil Kohsar

Disfigured by four decades of war, the Afghan capital Kabul offers few reminders of its former glory in Islamic art or religious tolerance but a rare exhibition of Mughal paintings is seeking to change that.


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