10 most famous Historical Sites in balochistan Pakistan


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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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