The ruined 'Queen's Palace',Kabul -k



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Description I had a chance to tour the ruins of the Queen's Palace in Kabul.

Tajbeg Palace (AKA Queen's Palace) was built in the 1920's by King Am?null?h Kh?n for the queen.

It was the site of the Soviet's assassination of President Hafizullah Amin in 1979, and served



Date 25 October 2010(2010-10-25), 15:00
Source Queen's Palace
Author Todd Huffman from Phoenix, AZ


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