Despite the fact that Mazar-i-Sharif is the fourth largest city of Afghanistan, it's quite boring for tourism. Its only attractions are a unique temple complex Rozii Sharif (the Blue Mosque) and a market where the locals spend most of the time. Another Afghan city, Faizabad, also has nothing to look at except for its two markets. So let's visit them and see how ordinary people earn their living.
The seller of knives.
It's well-known that Afghanistan's watermelons are the tastiest.
A car on the narrow streets of the market is obviously not wanted. Dissatisfied owners of two-wheel vehicles are nervous and angry.