In Afghanistan there is a village, built of Soviet missiles. How is that possible?
Residents of Qezelabad, Afghanistan, for many years, living and surrounded by unexploded Soviet missiles. Here they are used as props, beams and even bridges.
Exactly 30 years ago from Afghanistan brought the Soviet troops. However, in the small village of Qezelabad in the North are still visible traces of the war.
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Immediately after the end of hostilities, the people had the means to restore old houses, and cheap building material steel unexploded ordnance. Despite the fact that the locals live surrounded by missiles since the 1980s, the village could blow up at any moment.
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