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Historic gardens in Kabul contributing to Afghan socialization

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Amin Alemi
Press TV, Kabul

For Afghans fed up with decades-long violence in their country, visiting quiet and cozy gardens like Chehel Sotun in central Kabul is highly attractive. 

Chehel Sotun Garden is the largest historic public garden in Kabul. This garden was also ruined as a result of decades of war in Afghanistan. But it was reconstructed in 2018 and now, it has turned into a top destination for visitors from across the country.

As official figures show, at least 1,000 people visit Chehel Sotun Garden each day. The visitors say places like Chehel Sotun Garden create a communal space and let people talk about happiness instead of misery amid the violence which has caught the country over the past decades.

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