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Sharbat Gula, who became an instant icon when she peered out from the June cover of National Geographic magazine as a year-old-refugee, is now the owner of a 3,square-foot residence decorated to her liking in the capital of her native Afghanistan. Sharbat Gula, known to much of the world simply as the "Afghan girl," received the keys to the home late last month in a ceremony led by Afghan government officials. It comes after three decades as a refugee in Pakistan and a tumultous last year back in Afghanistan. Orphaned at age six during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, she had trekked by foot to Pakistan with her siblings and grandmother.
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The Afghan Girl: Steve McCurry’s Enduring Portrait of Sharbat Gula
The Afghan Girl: Steve McCurry's Enduring Portrait of Sharbat Gula | Huxley-Parlour Gallery
The Soviet-Afghan War had been raging for five years, and had decimated the rural populations of Afghanistan. Millions fled the country as refugees, mostly to Pakistan and Iran. McCurry visited 30 camps just outside Peshawar and, although some of the camps had been established for years, there was still only basic shelter and facilities. It was here that the photographer noticed one girl with particularly startling green eyes.
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Famed 'Afghan Girl' Finally Gets a Home
The truth behind how this legendary photo was taken is sad and disturbing, and Tony shares it in this video. Gula was ten years old at the time, studying in a tent school. However, the girl was wearing a burka covering the rest of her face. As you can see, the iconic photo depicts Gula with her face uncovered and her stunning eyes looking straight at the camera.
A photographer's plan to pay tribute to the National Geographic cover has revealed the disturbing truth about what is reflected in Sharbat Gula's eyes. Decades later, Northrup is himself a photographer and a popular photo vlogger. In , McCurry was based in Pakistan, employed as a photojournalist for National Geographic during the early years of the Soviet war in neighbouring Afghanistan.