Minar-e-Pakistan is an important building, to represent independence history of Pakistan. 23 March, 1940 is the a day in the history of Pakistan for the resolution of Pakistan, that was the first call for the independence of separate country, Pakistan, for the Muslims of India living in Punjaa, Sindh, Bangaal, balochistan and NWFP.
Then, this building, minar-e-Pakistan was constructed in the memory of that day in 1960s. There is also a park, named Iqbal Park adjacent to the minar-e-Pakistan.It is located on the G. T. Road near Badami Bagh, Lahore and easily accessible from Lahore Railway station, just 10 minutes drive.
Picture of Minar-e-Pakistan
Minar-e-Pakistan Iqbal Park
Iqbal Park, also known as Minto Park, is located beside minar-e-Pakistan, on G. T. Road, Badami Bagh, Lahore. Park has number of attractions for...
Minar-e-Pakistan close view
Minar-e-Pakistan was constructed in the memory of resolution of Pakistan on the day of 23rd March, 1940, that was the first call for the...