Afghanistan National Museum: Experts work to restore lost legacy

Afghan artists, curators and international experts are restoring the damaged displays.

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    Afghanistan's National Museum in the capital Kabul is marking its 100th anniversary.

    Many of its pre-Islamic artefacts were destroyed by the Taliban 18 years ago. Artists are working to restore them, hoping it will turn the page on a dark chapter of the country's past.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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