Culture and education
With the foundation of the Amani Upper Secondary School in 1924, the corner stone for German Afghan cultural relations was laid. With the exception of a few breaks, these have been intensively cultivated since that time. The 1960s and 1970s in particular were a time of lively cultural and educational exchange.
Bilateral cultural relations
Two of the most renowned secondary schools in Afghanistan, namely the Amani Upper Secondary School (Secondary School for Boys) and the Aischa-i-Durani School (Secondary School for Girls), are sponsored by Germany. Both schools have been completely restored and provided with modern laboratories.
Education in Afghanistan
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Studying in Germany
There are many sides to cultural life in Germany: From North to South there are around 300 theaters and 130 professional orchestras. The museum world is of quite unparalleled quality – featuring 630 art museums with diverse internationally renowned collections.
Cultural life in Germany
Sport is an important part of German culture and society. In 2006 about 27.5 million people were members of the more than 991,000 sport clubs in Germany. Almost all sports clubs are represented by the Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund (DOSB, German Olympic Sports Federation).