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Mes Aynak

Where Heritage Meets Development

About Mes Aynak


Mes Aynak, Located at a crossroad of cultures and civilizations, Afghanistan possesses a
unique and vast cultural heritage. Due to its geographical location and geology, the
country also boasts an abundance of natural resources, which often go hand in hand with
its cultural wealth. One example of this close relationship between the two can be found
in Mes Aynak, a vast archaeological area dating back at least 2000 years, sitting on the
world’s second largest copper deposit 40 km southwest of Kabul, in Logar Province.

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Virtual Museum

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3D Model

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WebGIS
Geographical Information data available online

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News & Events

AFGHAN ARCHAEOLOGISTS TRAINED IN


GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
(GIS)
Programs like this UNESCO training can help
archaeologists reach independence”, says Mr.
Sultan Masoud...

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A JOINT UNESCO-AIA TEAM BRINGS A


BUDDHA SCULPTURE BACK TO ITS
GLORY.
In September 2012 a group of archaeologists
working for the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum...

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Reports & Publications


Mes Aynak CHMP Cultural Heritage Management Plan

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Inauguration of third season of Archaeological Excavation at Top Dara Archaeological site, Parwan province
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H.E the President explaining the historical background of kabul armed factory. The factory was
severely damaged during war. Restoration work is under progress and led by AKTC.
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