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Diji Kot Fort

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A fort known as Diji Kot Fort is located in the town of Diji Kot in Khairpur District, Pakistan. This town is located at the edge of Nara-Rajasthan Desert that is about 25 miles east of Indus River. The Diji Kot Fort was previously known as Ahmadabad Fort. The Persian architect Ahmed designed this fort and fort was named after ... Read More »

Gorkhatri

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The literal meaning of Gorkhatri is “Grave of Warrior”. In the neighbor of Peshawar city of province Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Pakistan, Gorkhatri is located. Peshawar itself is an ancient city. Gorkhatri with the Kanishka Vihara that is a great stupa of King Kanishka was identified by the Sir Alexander Cunningham. By Professor Dr. Ahmad Hassan Dani this place was identified where ... Read More »

Changa Manga

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People living in Pakistan, especially in Punjab are not unaware when they hear a name “Changa Manga”. It is a forest, can be said a handmade or the planted one. It is said that among the largest man grown forests of the world, one is Changa Manga. This artificial forest covers an area of 48.6 square kilometers (12,000 acres). In ... Read More »

Ayubia National Park

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In the northern area of Pakistan’s District Abbotabad, Province Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Ayubia National Park is located and is one of the Pakistan’s biggest national parks. This park covers the area of 8,184 acres and seven major villages and four small towns Thandiani, Ayubia, Nathiagali and Khanspur surround this park. Name of this park is after the name of second president ... Read More »

Murree and the Galis: An Alpine Wonderland

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Close to Islamabad in the foothills of the PirPanjal, cool in summer, crisp in winter, the Murree Hills are at an elevation of about 2300 meters (7,500 feet) offer some of Pakistan’s most delightful alpine scenery, which is known as Murree and its Galis around the world. In the middle of the last century, the British raj (rule) turned it ... Read More »

Noor Mahal

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The Noor Mahal located in (Bahawalpur Punjab, Pakistan), was constructed in 1872. It belonged to the Nawab of Bahawalpur (the emperor of the state) during British rule. Noor Mahal is one of the memorials in Pakistan, a castle constructed in Italian style, the property of ruler Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan IV, Nawab (emperor) of Bahawalpur State. It is amongst the ... Read More »

Gorakh Hill

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GORAKH HILLS At a distance of 450 kilometers from Karachi in northward direction and 100 kilometers in the west of Dadu lies a beautiful place called Gorakh hills Station. It is situated at height of 5668 feet above the sea level and is a part of Kirthar mountain range.  This hill station covers an area of about 2400 acres, out ... Read More »

Thtta & Makli Hill Graveyard

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Thatta is considered as one of the oldest city of Sindh. It is situated on the west of the Arabian Sea and Indus River, East of the Karachi city and spread over the area of 98 Kilometers. ‘Thatto‘ is the name of the Thatta city in Sindhi language. The chief crop grown here is Sugar cane, and because the area ... Read More »

Jahangir Kothari Parade

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The beautiful and colorful architectures are considered as a pride of Karachi city. The furnished parade opens door to access the Clifton Sea known as Jahangir Kothari Parade. The location of the parade is exotic and its beauty is increased by fascinating views of sea.   Seth Jahangir Hormusji Kothari, the real owner of the site and a distinguished personality ... Read More »

Mohenjo Daro

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An archeological site in the Sindh province of Pakistan is known as Mohenjo Daro. It is one of the world’s earliest and largest urban settlements and also known as Indus Valley Civilization. It was built around 2600 BCE in the Larkana district of Sindh. Mohenjo Daro was rediscovered in 1922 as it was abandoned in the 19th century BCE. The ... Read More »

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