List of cities of Pakistan

Attock

Attock is located on the bank of the River Indus, at the distance of 80km from Rawalpindi and 100km from Peshawar. Attock is famous for its beautiful view of the merger of the River Indus and Kabul River, which is visible from the bridge on the River Indus on Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway - M1.

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Bahawalnagar

Bahawalnagar is located at the distance of 260 km from Lahore near the border between India and Pakistan on the western side of the River Sutlej. It is accessible on the G. T. Road by turning on left to Sahiwal-Arifwala Road in Sahiwal city.

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Bahawalpur

Bahawalpur is the twelfth largest city in Pakistan, located in Punjab immediately south of the Sutlej River, with a splendid view of 4,250 ft long Empress Bridge over the Sutlej River. Bahawalpur was the former capital of Bahawalpur State ruled by Nawabs, part of Rajputana States. Now the buildings of Nawabs are opened for the public such as Noor Mahal, Sadiq Ghar Palace, and Darbar Mahal.

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Bhakkar

Bhakkar is a district in Punjab on the bank of the Indus River and located at the distance of 406 km from Lahore via Bhakkar - Jhang Road. Most of its area is located in the desolate plain of the Thal desert which is famous for its fertile sand dunes and wonderful cultural traditions. It is famous for its agriculture and livestock.

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Chakwal

Chakwal is located in the Dhanni region of Potohar at the distance of 90 km from Islamabad, and accessed from Lahore-Islamabad Motorway M-2 near Kallar Kahar.

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Dera Ghazi Khan

Dera Ghazi Khan, known as D. G. Khan, is situated on the western bank of the Indus River on the foot of Sulaiman Mountains Range with an average height of 10,000 ft. in South Punjab at the junction of four provinces.

The overall climate of the city is normally dry and hot in summer, having little rainfall, but winter is relatively cold. Due to the dry and barren mountains of Koh-Suleman and desert-like soil of the area, heavy windstorms are very much common in the summer.

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Faisalabad

Faisalabd, a major industrial center and 3rd most populated city in Pakistan, is located in the northeast alluvial plain of Punjab at the center of the lower Rachna Doab, at the distance of 184km from Lahore through Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2 turn left from Pindi Bhattian, 143 km through Faisalabad Road.

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Gujranwala

Gujranwala is the third-largest industrial city of Pakistan at a distance of 96km from Lahore on G. T. Road. It is also known as the city of wrestlers as well as the city of food lovers. It is also known as the Golden Triangle of industrial cities, as it plays a major role in the exports of Pakistan. There is a number of small and medium industries which play a major role in generating foreign revenue for Pakistan. Number of cottage industry units are in operation in Gujranwala.

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Gujrat

Gujrat is an industrial city located between the Jhelum and Chenab rivers, at a distance of 140 km from Lahore on G. T. Road. It is also known as the Golden Triangle of industrial cities, as it plays a major role in the exports of Pakistan. It is famous for a number of steel industries including the fan industry, which has a large portion of country's export.

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Hafizabad

Hafizabad is located at the distance of 160 km from Lahore in Punjab Province on the bank of the Chenab River. It is accessed through G. T. Road and from Gujranwala, turns left on Gujranwala-Hafizabad Road at 40km. Hafizabad is famous for the best quality of rice and center of the export quality rice industry.

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Islamabad

Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, is located in the northeastern part of Pakistan in the Pothohar Plateau on the foot of Margalla Hills at a distance of 295 km from Lahore at an elevation of 1770 feet above sea level. It can be accessed through G. T. Road as well as Lahore-Islamabad Motorway. It was declared as the capital of Pakistan in the 1960s by cutting land from Punjab province. Benazir International Airport is linked with all over the world to attract foreign visitors as well as visitors from other cities of Pakistan.

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Jhang

Jhang is located at the confluence of the Chenab river and the Jhelum river at Trimmu Barrage, on the east bank of the Chenab river.

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Jhelum

Jhelum is situated in Pothohar Plateau, on the both sides of the Jhelum River, in the north of Punjab, Pakistan. The left side of the Jhelum River. The Jhelum River has very attractive scenery beauty at various places.

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Kasur

Kasur, land of Bulleh Shah, is just located at the distance of 55 km from Lahore via Ferozepur Road, adjacent on the north of Lahore. There is also an important border post, Ganda Singh Wala, with India.

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Khanewal

Khanewal is an old-styled city, constructed by the British Empire, and one of the most important railway junctions. It also has the second-largest railway station in Pakistan. It is located at a distance of 300km from Lahore on G. T. Road N5.

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Khushab

Khushab, its meaning is sweet water, is situated at the Jhelum River in Punjab at the distance of 250 km from Lahore, next to Sargodha on Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2, on the left from Bhularwan interchange via Bhalwal or from Sial Interchange on Lahore-Sargodha Road, National Highway N60 at the distance of 232 km from Lahore.

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Lahore

Lahore, the capital city of Punjab, is the most populous and second-largest city in the northeast part of Punjab province in Pakistan on the border with India at Wagha. It is located on the bank of River Rive at a height of 213 m above sea level. It is linked with the rest of Pakistan and accessed by all types of transportation. It is the major city to access all of the cities and towns of Punjab province. It has the largest railway station in Pakistan. Allam Iqbal International airport is used for all types of international and local flights.

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Layyah

Layyah is located on the bank of the Indus River at the distance of 420 km from Lahore and is accessed through Lahore-Islamabad Motorway M-2 and Lahore-Faisalabad Motorway M-3 and then via Jhang by Rodu-Sultan Road and Chobara Road.

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Lodhran

Lodhran is located on the northern side of the River Sutlej, at a distance of 416km from Lahore on G. T. Road (N5) in Southern Punjab. It is known for being the best cotton-growing area. Most of the population in Lodhran are involved in the agriculture profession.

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Mandi Bahauddin

Mandi Bahauddin is situated between the Jhelum River and the Chenab River, at the distance of 190 km via G. T. Road, turn left from Gujrat on Sargodha-Gujrat Road. It is a central part of the Chaj Doab between the Jhelum and Chenab rivers.

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Mianwali

Mianwali is located on the bank of the Indus River at the distance of 340 km from Lahore and it is accessed via Khushab by Lahore-Islamabad Motorway M-2. It has a boundary with Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa province, so there is a mixture of cultures of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa in Mianwali.

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Multan

Multan, the premier center of southern Punjab, is located on the banks of the Chenab River at the distance of 350 km from Lahore on National Highway N-5. Multan is the fifth largest populous city of Pakistan.

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Murree

Murree, an ideal and modern hill station, is situated on the Pir Panjal Range in Punjab at an altitude of 7,516 feet above sea level. It is located at a distance of 72 km from Rawalpindi through Islamabad-Murree Expressway - N75 and can be accessed easily from Rawalpindi and Muzzafarabad. A large number of tourists visit Murree every year especially in the winter season to enjoy the snowfalls. One of the other beautiful features of Murree is the clouds, which are floating around us and gives us a feeling of moving on the clouds like fairies.

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Muzaffargarh

Muzaffargarh, located on the bank of the Chenab River, is located in South Western Punjab, at the exact geographical center of Pakistan. It is famous for its agricultural and forest land. The main crops, grown in this area, are wheat, sugarcane, and cotton, whereas some special categories of mangoes, dates, citrus, and pomegranate are also considered as the best quality fruits of this area.

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Nankana Sahib

Nankana Sahib is located at a distance of 75 km from Lahore via Lahore-Sheikhupura-Faisalabad Road. Its name is derived after Guru Nanak, the first Guru of the Sikhs, who was born in this city. It is considered a religious and famous pilgrimage site for Sikhs.

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Narowal

Narowal lies on the border between India and Pakistan, connecting Gurdaspur and Amritsar in India. It is situated on the bank of the Ravi River at a distance of 98km from Lahore via Kala Khatai Road. Its name is derived due to a Sikh landlord, Naro Singh Bajwa, who was the owner of the land before 1947.

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Okara

The Okara is situated at a distance of 127 Km from Lahore on National Highway N-5, at an altitude of 500 feet above Sea level between Ravi and Sutlej rivers.

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Pakpatan

Pakpattan is one of the ancient cities of Pakistan, located at a distance of 207km from Lahore and accessible through National Highway N-5 via Depalpur after turing to left before Okara.

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Rahimyar Khan

Rahim Yar Khan is located in South Punjab next to Bahawalpur at the distance of 200 km, having a border with India, Rajasthan.

A part of Rahim Yar Khan is a desert area in the Cholistan desert. A number of wild animals such as wild cats, Chinkara deer, jackals, snakes, and blue bull are easily observed there.

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Rajanpur

Rajanpur is located at the distance of 555 km from Lahore on the bank of the Indus River. It is accessed via Dera Ghazi Khan on National Highway N55. It is situated between the Indus River and Koh Suleman Range.

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Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi is situated at a distance of 375 km from Lahore via Lahore-Islamabad Motorway. It is situated on the Pothohar Plateau and becomes an important city due to its common boundary with the Capital city Islamabad. Rawalpindi is an important junction between Peshawar and Islamabad.

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Sahiwal

Sahiwal is located between Sutlej and Ravi rivers at a distance of 180 km from Lahore on National Highway N-5. Its old name was Montgomery in the era of the British Empire.

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Sargodha

Sargodha is located at the distance of 172 km in the northwest of Lahore on the left side on the Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2 after Pindi Bhattian, on N60 Lahore-Sargodha Road.

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Sheikhupura

Sheikhupura, also called The Rice Valley, is an industrial city at the distance of 40km from Lahore on the northwest side in Punjab on the old G. T. Road. Its old name was Jahangirpura developed by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in 1607, as it was a major area to stay at the time of the Mughal Empire while visiting the military headquarters in Lahore Fort. Its name is also mentioned in the Tuzk-e-Jahangiri, an autobiography of the Jahangir. Its name was derived from a nickname of Jahangir, who was known as Sheikhu called by his mother, wife of Akbar the Great.

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Sialkot

Sialkot is situated in the northeast of the Punjab province in Pakistan at the feet of the snow-covered peaks of Kashmir near the Chenab River. Formerly, Sialkot has been the winter capital of the State of Kashmir. The city is about 125km north-west of Lahore and only a few kilometers from Jammu in India.

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Toba Tek Singh

Toba Tek Singh is located at the distance of 270km from Lahore, and accessible via Islamabad-Lahore Motorway M-2, and turn left from Pindi Bhattian on Faisalabad Motorway M-4. It is named after Tek Singh, a Sikh Religious personality. It is an agricultural region, and it is the producer of the best quality oranges.

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Vehari

Vehari is located at the distance of 320km from Lahore in Punjab Province on Multan-Dehli Road at an altitude of 443 feet on the north of the Sutlej river. It is accessible through National Highway N-5, turning left after Mian Channu or turning left from Chichwatni via Burewala.

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Badin

Badin is located at the distance of 210 km from Karachi in Sindh province and was the center of ancient Indus Valley civilization. It is also accessible via Hyderabad. It lies on the east side of the Indus River. Badin is suitable for rice crop due to its swampy and fertile land. Badin is also known as Sugar State due to its production of sugar.

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Dadu

Dadu is located on Indus Highway N55, at the distance of 331 km from Karachi on the western bank of the Indus River.

The largest lake in Pakistan, Manchar Lake, is an important visiting place in Dadu and Gorakh Hill station is the only hill station in Sindh province, is also a great attraction for tourists.

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Ghotki

Ghotki is located at a distance of 526 km from Karachi on the eastern bank of the Indus River. Ghotki is an industrial town and there are a number of important industries such as fertilizers, power plants, gas fields, sugar mills, etc.

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Hyderabad

Hyderabad is located at the distance of 150 km from Karachi on the junction of the Indus Highway and the National Highway, on the east bank of the Indus River at an altitude of 43 feet

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Jacobabad

Jacobabad is situated at the distance of 548 km from Karachi, which is accessed via Shikarpur by turning left from Sukkur on Indus Highway N5. It was named after General John Jacob in 1847. It is connecting point with Balochistan from the north of Sindh.

The climate of Jacobabad is extremely hot in summer and mild in winter.

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Jamshoro

Jamshoro is located on Indus Highway M9 at the distance of 150 km from Karachi and just 18 km from Hyderabad on the right bank of the Indus River. Jamshoro is the gateway to the Indus Valley Civilization.

Jamshoro is also famous for the historical site of Ranikot Fort near Sann, which is the largest fort in the world, covering 26 km in its circumference.

Jamshoro is also rich in minerals such as limestone, silica sand, silt, coal, etc.

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karachi

Karachi, the capital of Sindh, the most populous city of Pakistan and has the largest area in Pakistan, is located on the shore of the Arabian Sea and on the western edge of the Indus River. It is the main business and financial hub of Pakistan having the head offices of all major industries and major banks in Pakistan and it is also considered as the main point of local as well as foreign transportation via sea by port of Karachi and Port Bin Qasim as well as through Karachi Airport.

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Kashmore

Kashmore is situated at a distance of 588 km from Karachi on National Highway N5. Its importance is due to the connection with Punjab Province with Rahim Yar Khan district and also a connection point with Balochistan Province. It lies on the western side of the Indus River. Most of the Kashmore area is part of the Thar Desert, which is the homeland of wild desert animals.

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Khairpur

It is located at the distance of 452km from Karachi on the Kharipur East Canal south of the Indus River. Khairpur is founded by Mir Sohrab Khan of the Talpur dynasty in 1783, served as a princely state at that time. Khairpur is famous due to Sufi mystic Sachal Sarmast, whose shrine is situated in Raniput.

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Larkana

Larkana is situated at a distance of 471km from Karachi on the south bank of the Ghar Canal. It is the main home of the Indus Valley Civilization, Mohehjo-Daro which is the largest archaeological site and known as the largest settlement of the Indus Valley Civilization and also considered one of the oldest cities of the world. Mohenhojo-Daro is located 28 km away from Larkana in the south.

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Matiari

Matiari is situated at the distance of 230km from Karachi on the bank of the Indus River, on the National Highway N5. Matiari is one of the oldest territories of Sindh province.

Matiari is famous for its Sindh dressing, Ajrak. Matiari is also famous for a number of religious scholars, educators, and intellectuals. Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, a great Sufi poet, was belonged to Matiari.

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Naushahro Firoze

Naushahro Firoze is situated at a distance of 347km from Karachi on National Highway N5. The climate of Naushahro Firoze is extremely hot in summer and mild in winter.

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Qambar Shahdadkot

Qambar Shahdadkot is situated at a distance of 456 km from Karachi in Sindh Province. It has a mixture of multiple types of lands such as plains, agricultural land, the mountain range of Kirthar, and a number of lakes. The Kirthar range extends for almost 300 kilometers from the Mula River in Balochistan to Cape Muari in the Arabian Sea, Karachi.

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Sanghar

Sanghar is situated at a distance of 302km from Karachi and accessible via Hyderabad on National Highway N120. It is the largest district of Sindh Province and has a boundary with India. There are some historical places such as the tomb of Mir Shahdad Talpur in Shahpur Chakar and Mansura, rains from the seventh century A.D.

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Shaheed Benazirabad

Shaheed Benazirabad, also known as Nawabshah, is located at a distance of 293km from Karachi. It is accessed via Indus Highway N5 by turning right at Sakrand on Sakrand-Benazirabad Highway.

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Shikarpur

Shikarpur is located at the distance of 502 km from Karachi and accessible via Sukkur on the National Highway N65. Shikarpur is one of the districts formed by the British Government in Sindh Province. Shikarpur is a historical city and was enclosed within a fort that has seven gates.

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Sujawal

Sujawal is situated on the left bank of the Indus River at the distance of 130 km from Karachi and is accessible via Thatta on Sujawal-Thatta Road. It is an agricultural town and producing a number of cash crops. Keti Bunder South Wildlife Sanctuary is along the Indus Delta for the protection of different wild animals, sea life, and birds.

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Sukkur

Sukkur is situated in Sindh Province on the west bank of the Indus River at an altitude of 220 feet from sea level. At the Sukkur, the River Indus flows into its narrowest channel in the lower Indus course.

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Tando Allahyar

Tando Allahyar is located at a distance of 200 km from Karachi and accessible via Hyderabad on the National Highway N120. Tando Allahyar is an agricultural town and famous for the best quality of mangoes as well as cash crops such as sugarcane, wheat, and cotton. It is one of the largest producing of agricultural commodities in Pakistan.

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Tando Muhammad Khan

Tando Muhammad Khan is situated at a distance of 193km from Karachi on the bank of Phuleli Canal and accessible by turning left from Jhirk on the National Highway N5 on the Tando Muhammad Khan-Mirpur Bathoro Road.

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Tharparkar

Tharparkar is a district with the border of India in Sindh Province, situated at a distance of 407km from Karachi and is accessible via Mirpur Khas on the National Highway N120. It is the largest district by area in Sindh Province and the least developed district in Sindh. Most of the area of Tharparkar is part of the Thar Desert.

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Thatta

Thatta is located on the bank of the Indus River at the distance of 103 km from Karachi on the National Highway N5. It is an historical city of Sindh and was the medieval capital of Sindh in different dynasties of the past.

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Umerkot

Umerkot is situated at a distance of 308km from Karachi and is accessible via Mirpur Khas on the National Highway N120. Umerkot has its importance due to the birthplace of Akbar, the Mughal Emperor, in Umerkot Fort.

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abbottabad

Abbottabad, a gateway to Northern Areas, is located in Hazara, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the distance of 110 KMs from the capital Islamabad. Abbottabad is famous for its pleasant weather as it has border with Kashmir and Murree.

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Bajaur Agency

Bajaur is the smallest agency in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, FATA. Its land structure is mostly hilly terrain. Most of the mountain ranges in Bajaur are lush green, with small streams. Its weather remains pleasant due to Swat valley in the east. It is located at the distance of 195 km from Peshawar and accessible via Malakand Mardan Road and N-45.

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Bannu

Bannu is situated at a distance of 198km from Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa on the basin drained by the Kurram River and the Gambila River, flowing from Waziristan Hills. It has very fertile land, surrounded by rugged and dry mountains.

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Battagram

Battagram is located in the Karakoram Range having an elevation of 3406 feet, at the distance of 291km from Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, and is accessible via Mansehra on the Karakoram Highway N35. The climate of Battagram is mild warm with extreme humidity. Temperature is not much high even in summer, but humidity remains there.

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Buner

Buner is located at the distance of 142km from Peshawar via Mardan and Charguli in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa. It is a mountain valley, surrounded by mountain ranges such as Ilam Range, the Duma Range, the Guru mountains, and the Sinawar Range.

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Charsadda

Charsadda is situated at a distance of 32 km from Peshawar and is accessible by Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway M1 and then following the Noshera-Charsadda Road. It is a historical city at an altitude of 906 feet and was part of the Gandhara dynasty in 516 BC. There is a number of archaeological sites related to the ancient Gandhara and Sanskrit in Charsadda, in which Bala Hisar, Shar-e-Napursan, Bactrian Greeks, Palatu Dheri, etc.

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Chitral

Chitral, a beautiful valley in the Hindukush Range, is located on the western bank of the Chitral River, in the Northwest of Pakistan at the far end border with Afghanistan. Chitral is famous for the scenic beauty of Tirich Mir, which is the highest peak in the Hindukush Range, at the height of 25,289 feet and Chitral is also famous for experiencing mountaineering expeditions in Hindu Kush Range.

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Dera Ismail Khan

Dera Ismail Khan is situated on the west bank of the Indus River as a borderline between Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and Punjab there, located at the distance of 300 km from Peshawar city on Indus Highway N55 via Kohat and Bannu.

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Dir

Dir is located at a distance of 213 km from Peshawar and is accessible via Chakdara by Dir-Chitral Road and then following Dir-Malakand Road. It was a princely state and ruled by Nawab Shah Jehan Khan and merged with Pakistan in 1969. It is gateway to Chitral to north and Swat to the east. Lowarai Pass is one of the major pass in Dir that connects Chitral district. Now Dir is divided into two separate administrative units Upper Dir and Lower Dir.

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Haripur

Haripur is situated in Hazara at the distance of 160 km from Peshawar on Karakoram Highway N35 on the bank of the Dor River, at an altitude of 2,000 feet. It was also the main city in the ancient Gandhara civilization. Its name is derived due to Sardaar Hari Singh Nalwa, who was Nazim of Haripur during Sikh regime.

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Karak

Karak is a district in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa at the distance of 139 km from Peshawar main city on Indus Highwary. Its landsacpe is composed of barren mountains but rich with natural minerals such as oil, gas, salt and uranium, etc.

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Khyber Agency

Khyber is one of the famous agency under the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, FATA, and located at the distance of 67 km from Peshawar on National Highway N-5. Khyber Pass is one the main site in khyber agency and one of the major pass to cross border between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Kohat

Karak is situated on the bank of the Indus River at an distance of 138 km from Peshawar on the Indus Highway N55 via Kohat. It is an historical city and was part of the princely state of Teri which was ruled by Nawab of Teri.

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Kohistan

Kohistan is an administrative region and covering an area around the Indus River next to Battagram on Karakoram Highway. It is located at a distance of 421 km from Peshawar to its head quarter Dasu. It is the main connecting point with Gilgit-Baltistan via Karakoram Highway. Due Indus River and its tributaries, Kohistan is mainly covered with lush green trees so you can enjoy the travelling and pictureques views on Karakoram Highway.

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Kurram Agency

Kurram Agency is located at the distance of 218 km from Peshawar and accessible via Thall-Hangu Road. Its name is derived from the Kurram River, that flows across this valley, which enters in Pakistan from Afghanistan and finally merges with the Indus River near Isa Khel.

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Lakki Marwat

Lakki Marwat is situated at a distance of 217 km from Peshawar city. Its landscape is mixture of hills and sandy plains. These hills having the average elevation of 500 to 1000 meters, such as the Marwat range, the Kark Niazi range, the and Baittani range covers the city around it. Number of streams flows from these mountains and the Kurram River flows in the district and joins the Indus River at Isa Khel town.

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Malakand

Malakand is located at a distance of 86 km from Peshawar via Mardan on Malankand-Mardan Road. It has very important strategic location as a gateway to Bajaur, Swat, Bunair, and Lower Dir. It is surrounded by barren mountains, where Malakand Pass connects Mardan to Swat and Dir near Dargai.

The Swat River is one of the main river in this district which flows from Swat and falsl into the Kabul River. There is not much rain in Malakand, so irrigation is performed by using water from the Swat River and local streams.

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Mansehra

Mansehra is located at the distance of 221 km from Peshawar on Karakoram Highwary N-35. It is very important location as a gateway to Gilgit-Baltistan through Karakoram Highway or through Babusar Pass in the Kaghan Valley.

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Mardan

Mardan is situated at a distance of 61 km from Peshawar on Nowshera-Mardan Road. It remained as a part of Gandhara dynasty in the past and is a part of the Peshawar valley. There are number of archaeological sites of Takht Bhai, Sawal Dher and Jamal Garhi.

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Mohmand Agency

Mohmand Agency is under the control of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, FATA, and is located at the distance of 87 km from Peshawar and accessible via Charsadda-Mohmand Agency Road. Its landscape is mostly covered with rocky and rugged mountains with number of barren plains.

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North Waziristan Agency

North Waziristan Agency is the mountainous area along the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan and lies on the North side of the Kurram River. It is the largest agency under the control of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, FATA, and is located at the distance of 278 km from Peshawar and accessible via Indus Highway. Its landscape is covered ranges of Koh-e-Sufaid and Sulaiman Range. Shuiar Sar is the highest peak in the region.

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Nowshera

Nowshera is situated on the bank of the Kabul River, at a distance of 40 km from Peshawar on Peshawar Road. The Kabul River and the Bara River are two main rivers, which flow through the district.

In Nowshera, there are number of famous shrines of Kaka Sahib, Akhund Panju Baba, Sheikh Bahadur Baba and Sheikh Shahbaz Baba.

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Peshawar

Peshawar, the Capital of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, is located on the eastern end of Khyber Pass surrounded by different mountain ranges on three sides, at the distance of 187 km from Islamabad on Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway M-1.

Peshawar has a semi-arid climate, having a very hot summer and whereas in winter there is mild weather.

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Shangla

Shangla is located at the distance of 216 km from Peshawar and is accessible via Mardan on Rustam Road and finally turns right on Chagerzey Road to access Shangla. Due to remote access of Shangla, human development is also very low in this district.

There are small valleys between the hillocks and high mountains which covered with forests. The average elevation of the area is 2,000 to 3000 meters. Kuz Ganrshal is the highest point having elevation of 3,440 meters.

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South Waziristan Agency

South Waziristan Agency is the area under the control of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, FATA, and is located at the distance of 380 km from Peshawar and accessible via Indus Highway. It is located between the Tochi River and the Gomal River. Its landscape is mostly covered with rugged and barren hills and ridges mostly under Preghal mountain range.

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Swabi

Swabi is located at the distance of 105 km from Peshawar and lies between the Kabul River and the Indus River. It is accessible through Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway M1 and then following the Swabi-Jahanghira Road.

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Swat

The lush-green and bow-shaped valley of Swat with its shining waterfalls and singing Swat River and its tributaries, and fruit-laden orchards, and gardens with a stack of colorful flowers, is an ideal for holiday-makers loving for relaxation after their busy lives. It is located in the range of Hindukush Range at an altitude of 976 meters above sea level.

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Tank

Tank is situated on the foot of Takht-i-Sulaiman Range, at a distance of 267 km from Peshawar on the Indus Highway N55. Shrine of Pir Sabir Shah Baba is the famous visiting place in the city, where number of tourists from adjoining areas visit the shrine. Another main landmark is the Nawab Qilla, which is a mud fort on an area of more than 200 kanals. There is a huge garden covering area of more than 500 kanals, also called Nawab of Tank Garden, at the back side of the Nawab Qilla.

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Torghar

Torghar, also known as Kala Dhaka, is the smallest district of Pakistan and is located at a distance of 272 km from Peshawar via Haripur on Mansehra Road. The Black Mountain with high peaks at intervals, forms a long narrow ridge and deep passes. The highest peak is known as Machay Sar, which is visible from adjoining areas. The same narrow road along the Indus River connects with Thakot on the Karakoram Highway.

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Awaran

Awaran is situated in the south of the Balochistan Province and is located at the distance of 725 km from Quetta city. It is accessible via Khuzdar on Regional Coorperation for Development Highway N25 and moving on Makran Coastal Highway at Zero Point. Its old name was Kolwa and one of the poorest district in the Balochistan.

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Barkhan

Barkhan is located at the distance of 418 km from Quetta city via Loralai on the National Highway N70. Barkhan has hot summers whereas winters become mild.

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Chagai

Chagai is the largest district of Pakistan and is situated on the north west part of Balochistan, at the distance of 560 km from Quetta city on the Quetta-Taftan Highway N40. The importance of this district is due to international border between Iran and Pakistan at Taftan, with Zahedan, city of Iran.

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Chamman

Chamman is situated in Balochistan with Kandahar, a city of Afghanistan, at the distance of 128 km from Quetta on National Highway N-25.

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Dera Bugti

Dera Bugti is situated at the distance of 365 km from Quetta city via Sibi through Quetta-Jacobabad Highway, then following Bhag-Dera Bugti Road. Dominant tribe in this district is Bugtis who has the main control of the district. The importance of this district is due to natural resources specially natural gas at Sui. Another main attraction in this district is the fort of Nawab Muhammad Akbar Khan Bugti.

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Gwadar

Gwadar is a deep water port city in Balochistan on its southwestern coast on the Arabia Sea at the distance of 1377 km from Lahore. The climate of Gwadar is hot desert-like, but due to the sea, its temperature remains moderate as compared to other hot areas of Pakistan.

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Harnai

Harnai is situated at 166 km from Quetta on the Quetta Road. It is surrounded by different mountain ranges. Normally the weather in Harnai remains pleasant except in few months of summer. As covered within mountains, it is the most beautiful city in the Balochistan Province. There are number of fresh water streams in the district, which use to growing fresh vegetables and fruits.

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Jafarabad

Jafarabad is located on the border of Sindh province at the distance of 290 km from Quetta city and is accessible via sibi on Quetta-Jacobabad Highway. Its name is derived after Mir Jaffar Khan Jamali, who was a leader in Muslim League before independence of Pakistan and was a close friend of quaid-e-Azam, founder of Pakistan.

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Kacchi

Kacchi, which was also called Bolan, is situated at the distance of 175 km from Quetta on Quetta-Jacobabad Highway N65. It is a plain area in mountain ranges and also known as Kachhi Plain, which covers the Kachhi district, the Lasbela district, some of part of Sibi and Dera Bughti. The place has some historical importance as was a part of the Mehrgarh civilization, one of most important Neolithic sites. It is one of earlist sites having evidence of growing wheat and barly and forming cattles and goats in South Asia.

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Kalat

Kalat is a district in Balochistan Province on the bank of the Shirin Ab River, also known as the Moro River. Kalat is located at the distance of 141 km from Quetta on Regional Cooperation for Development Highway N25. The climate of Kalat is arid and hot in summer whereas cold in winter. There is noticeable rain in this area so it has extreme desert like atmosphere.

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Kech

Kech is a district in Balochistan, at the distance of 770 km from Quetta and is accessible via Kalat and turn left from Surab and following Panjgur Road N85. The Kech River is the main river in the district, which flows along the Makran region and joins with the Dasht River in Gwadar. There are number of orchards along the river, so area is famous for fresh fruits and vegetables, specially dates.

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Kharan

Kharan is a district in Balochistan at the distance of 280 km from Quetta on Kharan Road. Kharan was a princely state before 1955 and merges with Pakistan after then. Major part of Kharan district lies under the Kharan Desert, which is sandy and mountainous desert. It is not suitable for argiculture due to shortage of water in this area.

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Khuzdar

Khuzdar is located at the distance of 302 km from Quetta City on the Regional Coorporation for Development Highway. Khuzdar is a historical city and it was the capital of the Brahui Kingdom of Makran.

It is situated in a narrow valley at an elevation of 1,237 meters, but its climate is arid and hot. There is also low erratic rainfall.

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Killa Abdullah

Killa Abdullah is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 105 km from Quetta. It is situated in the foothills of the Shela Bagh Range. It has importance due to the international border between Pakistan and Afghanistan at Chamman. It is accessible via Kuchlak through Chaman Road N25. Its name is derived after a historical fort, Abdullah Qulla, built by Sardar Abdullah Khan Achkzai, who was a khan of Kalat.

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Killa Saifullah

Killa Saifullah is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 188 km from Quetta and is accessible via Kuchlak through Kuchlak-Zhob Highway N50. Its name is derived after a historical fort, Qilla Saifullah, built by Asifullah Khan, who was warlord among the Mirdadzai Khudiadadzai tribe of Kakar Sunzerkhels.

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Kohlu

Kahlu is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 350 km from Quetta. It is accessible via Ziarat through Ziarat Road, then following Duki Road which further joins Kohlu-Sibi Road that leads to Kohlu. Its landscape is mostly desert like, so its climate is hot in summer whereas moderate in winter. Shrine of Mast Tawakali in Kohlu is important place to visit. Senr Nala, Manjira, and the Chakar River are the sources of water in this area.

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Lasbela

Lasbela is a coastal district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 579 km from Quetta and is accessible via Khuzdar through Regional Coorporation for Development Highway N25.

The Porali River is the name river in this district, some other rivers in Lasbela, are the Phor River and the Hingol River. All these rivers finally end in the Arabian Sea.

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Lehri

Lehri is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 243 km from Quetta and is accessible via Sibi through Quetta-Jacobabad Highway and then following Bagh-Dera Bughti Road. The Lehri River and the Nari River are the main source of water in this district.

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Loralai

Loralai is a district in Balochistan at the distance of 215 km from Quetta on Pishin-Loralai Road. The Loralai River and the Kohat Manda are the main sources of water in the district.

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Mastung

Mastung is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 50 km from Quetta on Regional Cooperation for Development Highway N25. It is an mountaineous area with an elevation of 5,583 feet. There are number of beautiful valleys in the mountains, which attract number of tourist every year.

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Musakhel

Musakhel is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 443 km from Quetta. It is accessible via Zhob through Zhob-Dera Ismail Khan Highway N50 and turn right from Sangar village on Musakel Road. It has boundary with Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa as well as Punjab with Dera Ghazi Khan. It is hilly area with green forests and shrubs.

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Nasirabad

Nasirabad is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 272 km from Quetta and is accessible via Sibi through Quetta-Jacobabad Highwary N65. Its old name was Temple Dera, named after Captain H.M. Temple, a Political agent for Sibi in the British Regime.

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Nushki

Nushki is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 144 km from Quetta, on the bank of the Kaisar Rud, on Quetta-Taftan Road N40. It is situated in a the Quetta Plateau, which has elevation of 2,900 feet.

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Panjgur

Panjgur is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 555 km from Quetta and is accessible via Kalat through Regional Cooperation for Development Highway and then following Panjgur Road N85. It is a historical city having number of archaeological sites, including tombs, fort at Khudadadan, Band-e-Gillar and old dam, etc. Its name also derived by the famous historical five grades in the city.

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Pishin Valley

Pishin is located at a distance of 50 km from Quetta in the northwest of Balochistan near the Afghanistan border, a real beautiful valley as consist of thousands of gardens full of fruits and flowers. It is the good source of crops, fruits and vegetables.

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Quetta

Quetta, also known as the fruit garden of Pakistan, is the capital of Balochistan province, located at a distance of 691 km from Karachi. There is a number of fruit orchards in and around the city, and there are large and different varieties of fruits and dry fruits produced there. Due to its geographical location and scenic beauty, it was also known as Little London in the past. It has a border with Afghanistan, so treated as the hub of trade between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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Sherani

Sherani is situated within the Sulaiman Mountain Range, at the distance of 373 km from Quetta and is accessible via Qilla Saifullah through Kuchlak-Zhob Road, then following Zhob-Dikhan Highway.

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Sibi

Sibi is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 162 km from Quetta and is accessible through Quetta-Jacobabad Highway N65, then following Bolan Road. It is situated on the bank of Nari River in mountain ranges of Zeb, Dungan, and Bambore.

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Sohbatpur

Sohbatpur is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 318 km from Quetta and is accessible via Sibi through Quetta-Jacobabad Highwary, and following Sohbatpur Road from Dera Allah Yar.

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Washuk

Washuk is a district in Balochistan Province at the distance of 500 km from Quetta and is accessible via Basima through Surab-Basima Highway N85 and then trun right after Basima on Basima-Kharan Road, then following Shamsi Road.

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Zhob

Zhob is situated at the distance of 330 km from Quetta and is accessible via Qilla Saifullah through Kuchlak-Zhob Highway N50. Its previous name was Fort Sandeman, that was derived after Robert Sandeman, the First Agent to the Governor General of Balochistan in British Regime.

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Ziarat

Ziarat is located in Balochistan at the distance of 130 km from Quetta. It is a beautiful hill station in Balochistan surrounding by mountains that receive heavy snowfall in winter, which makes it more attractive and charming. Khalifat Hill is the highest peak at an elevation of 11,400 feet in the Ziarat district. The importance of this city is due to Quid-e-Azam Residency. Quid-e-Azam, founder of Pakistan. He had spent some of the last days of his life in Ziarat. It is an attractive place for tourists due to its cool and pleasant weather, in the summer season, weather becomes pleasant in Ziarat, whereas in winter, it receives heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures. Lush green forests and gardens, cover with white snow in the winter season.

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Astore

Astore is located at an altitude of 8,500 feet in Gilgit Baltistan on the eastern side of Mount Nanga Parbat, at the distance of 60 km from Gilgit main city and ascends from the Indus River from Jaglot. The valley is famous for different kinds of important medicinal plants and herbs. In summer, the colors of the valley become very much attractive due to different flowers of different colors.

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Diamer

Diamer is the district of Gilgit-Baltistan on Karakoram Highway along the Indus River, it is the gateway of Gilgit-Baltistan from Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa province. The Chilas is the capital town in this district. One of the major importance of this city is the Nanga Parbat, which is the 9th highest mountain in the world, having a height of 8,126 meters.

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Ghanche

Ghanche is the eastermost part of Gilgit-Baltistan and is situated on the banks of the Shyok River, at the distance of 306 km from Gilgit city via Skardu. It is the coldest place in Pakistan and also known as the Third Pole with temperatures reaching below -20 centigrade. Its name is derived from a seasonal stream, called Ghanche Nallah.

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Ghizer

Ghizer is the district in the western part of Gilgit-Baltistan in the range of Hindukush and Karakorum. It is the gateway to Chitral from the Gilgit side via Shandur Pass. Gahkuch is the capital of Ghizer at a distance of 72km from Gilgit City. There are all types of accommodations including PTDC hotel for tourists.

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Gilgit

Gilgit is a splendid place for tourists, situated at the altitude of 4800 feet in the southwest of Karakorum Range in Baltistan Province, an administrative territory of Pakistan. The weather condition of Gilgit is normally dry and hot due to the blockage of monsoon wind and rain by Nanga Parbat Mt. Due to this climate effect, it shows an entirely different scenery in the mid of snow-covered mountains and green fields.

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Gojal Upper Hunza

Gojal is the largest city in Baltistan next to Hunza, having a border with China and Afghanistan. Gojal is the highest mountains area in the Karakoram and Pamir mountain ranges, at an average elevation of 4,000 meters. The third-largest glacier of Pakistan, Batura Glacier, is situated in Gojal.

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Kharmang

Kharmang is a district in Gilgit-Baltistan at the distance of 311 km from Gilgit City on the banks of the Indus River along Kargil-Skardu Road. It is located on the Control Line between Pakistan and India, with Kargil district of Indian Occupied Kashmir.

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Nagar

Nagar district is located next to the Gilgit district in Gilgit Baltistan at an altitude of 8,822 feet on the Karakoram Highway. It was part of the Nagar-Hunza district, it is constituted as a separate district in July, 2015. Nagar Khas is the major town in Nagar district, and other main attractions are the Hopper valley and Chaprote valley in the Nagar district. The popular peaks such as Rakaposhi at the elevation of 25,551 feet, Diran and Spantik peak are also situated in Nagar.

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Shigar

Shigar is a district on the banks of the Shigar River near Skardu in Gilgit Baltistan at the distance of 239 km from Gilgit city via Skardu. There number of beautiful valleys and adventureous treks, which attract number visitors from all over the world.

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Skardu

Skardu is the most beautiful 10km wide by 40km long valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region, located at an altitude of 8,202 feet at the confluence of the Indus and Shigar Rivers. Skardu is considered a gateway to the eight-thousanders of the Karakoram Mountain range. The Indus River flows throughout the valley and separates the Karakoram Range from Himalayas Range.

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Bagh

Bagh is a mountainous and lush green area of Azad Kashmir in the Himalayas and Pir Panjal Range. It is located at the distance of 88km from Muzaffarabad via Sudhan Gali on Sudhan Gali Road.

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Bhimber

Bhimber, known as Baab-e-Kashmir, is situated at the distance of 50 km from Mirpur on the border between Azad Kashmir and Pakistan. The weather condition of Bhimber is hot and dry but has beautiful scenic views due to the surrounding Kashmir hills. There are different tourist attractions in the city of Bhimber, and those are Baghsar Fort, Baghsar Lake, Jandi Chontra, and Tomb of Baba Shadi Shaheed.

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Hattian Bala

Hattian Bala was part of the Baramula district before the ceasefire between India and Pakistan. It is located at the distance of 40 km from Muzaffarabad on the bank of the Jhelum River. It is also part of Jhelum valley, mountains and valleys around the Jhelum River in Azad Kashmir.

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Haveli

It is a district in Azad Kashmir and is located at the distance of 141km from Muzaffarabad, capital of Azad Kashmir. It is accessible via Kohala through Bagh Highway and then following Dhulli Road. It is covered by Indian Occupied Kashmir from its three sides. Haji Pir Pass at an elevation of 8,652 feet is an important visiting and adventurous place in the Haveli district. There is also a shrine of Baba Haji Pir, which also attracts tourists from all over Pakistan. Palangi is another beautiful tourist spot in the Haveli District in the snow-covered mountains.

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Kotli

Kotli is the most populous district of Azad Kashmir and is located at a distance of 136km from Rawalpindi. From Motorway N5 near Rawat Fort, move on Kallar Syedan-Dadyal Road and finally turn left to join Kotli Road in Mirpur to access Kotli.

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Mirpur

Mirpur, the largest city of Azad Kashmir and also known for its modern bungalows and buildings, is located at a distance of 218 km from Lahore. Mirpur is mainly an agricultural city, and is famous for millet, maize, and good quality rice of Khari Sharif. Most of its local people migrated to England, so it is also known as Little England.

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Muzzafarabad

Muzaffarabad, located on the banks of Jhelum River and Neelum River, is the capital of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. On its west, there is LOC with Kupwara and Baramulla in Indian Held Kashmir. It has a splendid view of the confluence of the Jhelum and Neelum rivers at Domel, and attracts a number of visitors to enjoy the riversides.

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Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley, a bow-shaped thickly forested region, is the last district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Pakistan, located at the distance of 100 km from Muzzafarabad at an altitude of 5,299 feet. Its name is due to the Neelum River, flowing across the valley. Valley is divided among Pakistan and Indian held Kashmir, the LOC is normally moved along the Neelum River in this valley.

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Rawalakot

Rawalakot, known as Pearl Valley, is located in Azad Jammu and Kashmir in the Pir Panjal Range at the elevation of 5,374 feet having a distance of 120km from Rawalpindi via Kahuta on the Rawalakot Road. It is also accessible from Abbottabad by Sudhan Gali Road, then turns right on Bagh Highway, and finally move on Rawalakot Road at Arja.

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Sudhanoti

Sudhanoti is situated at a distance of 150km from Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir. It is accessible through Rawalakot Road then following Pallandri Road or Pallandri-Hajira Road. It is the hilliest area around the Jhelum River.

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