10 most famous Historical Sites in punjab Pakistan


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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Harappa, an archaeological site, is at the the distance of 24 km from Sahiwal. Its name is drived from a modern village located near the former course of the Ravi River that is at the distance of 6 km from the site.

The site of the ancient city contains the ruins of a Bronze Age, which was part of the Indus Valley Civilization.

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Bahawalpur is the twelve largest city in Pakistan, located in Pujab 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 public such as Noor Mahal, Sadiq Ghar Palce and Darbar Mahal.

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Wazir Khan Hammam

Wazir Khan Hammam, also known as Shahi Hammam, was built by Ilmuddin Wazir Khan, Governor of Lahore in year of 1045, as part of the Wazir Khan Mosque. The building was remain unattended or used for different other purposes after the decline of Mughal Empire.

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Saidpur Village

Saidpur village is located in the Margalla Hills in Islamabad at the distance of 8 km from Zero point on the Margalla Ave near Daman-e-Koh. It is a historical village and now preserved in its original state.

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Dipalpur is situated on the bank of Beas River in Punjab at the distance of 143 km from Lahore. It is accessible through National Highway N5, turn on left at Renala Khurd before Okara.

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Ganda Singh Border

Ganda Singh Border is an international border between Pakistan and India in Ganda Singh Wala village. Border is now closed after the 1970 war between Pakistan and India.

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Nankana Sahib

It is located at the 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 religious and famous pilgrimage site for Sikhs.

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

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Islamabad City View

Islamabad is the most modern city of Pakistan and also it is a capital of Pakistan. It is small but well organized city. It is located in the lush green Margala Hills. There are number of important building such as Supreme Court of Pakistan, Parliament House, embassies of different countries, etc.

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