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An Afghan shopowner selling Afghan carpets and rugs seen in his shop in Chicken Street on October 17, 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Chicken Street has been a focus for Afghanistan’s tourists since the days of the Hippy Trail. All kinds of handicrafts are available here, from jewellery to carpets, ‘antique’ muskets to poached furs.

An Afghan shopowner selling Afghan carpets and rugs seen in his shop in Chicken Street on October 17, 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Chicken Street has been a focus for Afghanistan’s tourists since the days of the Hippy Trail. All kinds of handicrafts are available here, from jewellery to carpets, ‘antique’ muskets to poached furs.

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