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I went to see the "Golden Afghanistan Exhibition" held at the Tokyo National Museum in Ueno, Japan. I searched for a place on Google Maps based on the catalog at that time. It was something I could never do in the past, but thanks to the internet society, I was able to find out if it really existed. Contrary to expectations, there was something like that. I thought I wouldn't introduce it to everyone if it existed there. I applied for new registration on Google Maps in November 2020. It seems that the existence was confirmed, so it will appear on Google Maps this time. Since the photo was attached at the time of application, it was on the page of Frog Information and Communication Company as "Unknown place" until now, but it will be released and the description of the photo has been changed to the number of characters to be displayed. Since I have never been to Afghanistan, I will post reviews based on the information I have seen and heard in exhibitions and other places.
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1. Pegram, the city of archaeological excavation. East of Charikar. Pegram's New Royal Castle is supposed to be on the south side along the Pandisil River, which flows from east to west. On Google Maps, there are restaurants and buildings on the north side. The site is at the confluence of the Pandisil and Golband rivers.
2. Wide-area map of archaeological excavation site in Afghanistan. According to the catalog, the building is made of adobe. The room where the golden precious metal was excavated was also made of adobe, which was kneaded with mud and dried in the sun. Some rooms have doorways blocked with adobe. Afghanistan's technical ability to make the durable adobe that remains next to the river where white rocks roll and turn into gravel is beyond surprise.
3. Ivory sculpture excavated in Bagram. Other ivory, glass and bronze products have been excavated at this site. Souvenir shops, museums, museum shops, Tokyu Hands * 1, LOFT * 2, etc. are all things you've seen somewhere. * 1 Tokyu Hands: A Japanese general store that handles stationery and daily necessities. It also handles rare products and teaches you how to use them and how they differ. Please see when traveling to Japan). * 2 LOFT: A fashionable Japanese general store that handles stationery and daily necessities. Please use it to find souvenirs and gifts when traveling to Japan.
4. Greetings from the organizer. From the catalog of the Afghanistan exhibition held at the Tokyo National Museum. Please read it.
5. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani The words of the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. From the Golden Afghanistan Exhibition Catalog held in Japan. Worth reading.
At the "Golden Afghanistan Exhibition", there are several other archaeological towns, tombs and castles that have announced that ornaments have been excavated. I was wondering if the locals knew it, but I was surprised that there were mosques and restaurants. In addition, there was a Soviet base southwest of the city of Pegram. Please also give us a review of those who have local information.
"Ai-Khanoum" The city of "Moon Princess" in Uzbek has also been decided to be posted on Google Maps. Please take a look at the reviews related to "Afghanistan National Museum" and "Golden Afghanistan Exhibition".
I think that if you have knowledge, you can enjoy your trip more, so I am posting it for the purpose of sharing knowledge. Not only this "Golden Afghanistan Exhibition" but also past catalogs can be found in the library of the museum in Ueno. If you read it properly, it will be difficult, including the national crisis, and the content will twist your neck and sigh (laughs). We also sell online. It seems that there are many archaeological sites at the confluence of large rivers, probably because it is easy to carry things.
I was deeply impressed by the words, "As long as your culture continues to live, that country can live." These words are the message and the organizer's words at the entrance of the Afghanistan National Museum, which was severely damaged by the Soviet military intervention in 1979 and the subsequent civil war. We would appreciate it if you could also visit the "Afghanistan National Museum". It's a very suspicious museum. However, I am looking forward to the day when I can travel to Afghanistan.
Foreign Correspondent Anastasia Romanov Pączki Frog 20210117 (Sun)
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