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Colors of Peshawar a city of Pakistan


Colors of Peshawar a city of Pakistan

In Pakistan the area of the city of Peshawar, the county Charzada (zone free Pashtun tribes). Here lies the valley of the three great rivers: Swat, Kabul and Jindi. We invite you to see some interesting photographs taken by the photographer Gregory (Kazakhstan) during his visit to Pakistan.
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When I saw this ... Pashtun girl, just remember Steve Mc Curry and his brilliant shot ...
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Here live free Pashtun tribes that are not subject to the authorities in Pakistan. In fact, local people are very hardworking and friendly. In the agriculture sector practiced subsistence farming ...
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A small town located in the district Manzurey Charzada 18 kilometers from Peshawar. The population density is extremely high - more than a thousand inhabitants per square kilometer, 4-fold higher than in the south-eastern China and the Ferghana Valley ...
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But what is most striking in those places, so it is - very bright colors, and a lot of positive emotions. And this despite the fact that people live in harsh conditions - the relentless war, the proximity of Afghanistan, a sufficiently low level of life ...
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River Kabul (Pashtun name Sardaryab). The largest tributary of the mighty Indus.
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Cross the river, or just go for it, it is possible for such Behold, the psychedelic kind of boats.
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Pashtuns are painted in bright colors just about anything that can be painted. Pets - a separate issue ...
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Psychologists say that there are two most powerful tools of a bad mood - bright lights and bright colors ...
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Many men in Pakistan dye their beards with henna. Is this the picture looks quite radically, in the opinion of Western man. However, it is not just a tribute to the local fashion. According to legend, painted leaves lavsan tinted hair and beard, even the great prophet Mohammed (PBUH). The tradition has been extended to the Arabian Peninsula in the 7th century. Then it spread to Iran and then to India.
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Pakistani-Afghan border from a height of 4 kilometers looks like this.
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