A museum named OMAR Mine Museum (OMAR = Organization for Mine clearance and Afghan Rehabilitation), somewhere in Kabul city, showed me very unexpectedly a series of preserved aircraft. Several once Afghan Air Force aircraft and helicopters were kind of preserved, but the war in the country badly damaged the infrastructure of the museum as well as the aircraft. Luckily the whole was protected by a large wall, that prevented a possible even worse situation... current status of the museum is unknown.
Carries a faded "polar" sticker and an "AMW" logo, but the origins of both are unclear. Owned by Richard Cras of Toulon. The registration was cancelled 10 days after this photo was taken, and in September 2013 the aicraft was dismantled and transported to Miroslawice in Poland for restoration to flying condition. By March 2015 it was back in the air again showing its original identity as Polish Air Force "0865", based in Luxembourg.
Early in the Balkan War, Croatia impressed all kinds of aircraft into its fledgling air arm without painting any ID on the aircraft. Vaguely one can read HT, which would make this the former YU-BHT. Some of the An-2s were used on bomber missions with the crew pushing barrels with explosives out of the door. One had been shot down on just such a mission just a few months before I took this photograph.