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Buddhas of Bamiyan -- Original caption "The World's largest statue of Buddha (53 meters) -Bamiyan Valley 1963"

Italiano: Uno dei due Buddha di Bamiyan
日本語: 破壊以前のバーミヤンの大仏のうちの1体。全長は53mあった。
Русский: Один из будд до разурешения: фото 1964 года






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