Gap in history: Afghans recall Taliban’s destruction of famed Buddha statues

The statues – one 55-metres high, the other 38 metres – were believed to have been carved painstakingly by hand over lifetimes into the caramel-coloured sandstone cliffs in Bamiyan, alongside a network of ancient caves, monasteries and shrines, some of them still showing remnants of colourful frescos

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