Famous Historical Sites in Pakistan

History is the most fascinating area which most of the people try to explore. People always struggle to learn about their forefathers, their living habits, as well as their culture.

Tourists always have wishes to visit Historical sites whenever they have any plan to visit that area. The land of Pakistan has a deep history from the very basic start of mankind to the modern living styles and cultures.

The most prominent and well defined period of history in Pakistan is the time of the Mughal Empire and then the British Empire. Every year, the number of British citizen visit Pakistan to explore history of their forefather ruling on the sub-continent.

It provides an inclusive collections of beautiful pictures of Historical Sites in different areas of Pakistan.

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  • Agham Kot Ruins

    Agham Kot Ruins

    Visiting Locations in Agham Kot Ruins

  • Ahmedpur East

    Ahmedpur East, also known as Ahmadpur Sharqia, is a Tehsil of Bahawalpur. It is an important location due to various historical and archaeological sites around it. Tourist can stay here before visiting the Derawar Fort and other historical points.
    Visiting Locations in Ahmedpur East

  • Altit Village

    From top of Altit Fort, a broad view of the lush green Altit Village of Hunza can be seen, which are constructed beautifully. Hunza is famous for its green orchards, forms and fields.
    Visiting Locations in Altit Village

  • Asif Khan Tomb

    Mirza Abul Hassan, known as Asif Khan, was brother of Noor Jahan and he was commander in-chief and later Governor of Lahore. He was died in 1641 and Emperer Shah Jahan constructed a Tomb for him near the Tomb of Jahangir.
    Visiting Locations in Asif Khan Tomb

  • Azad Kashmir

    Azad Kashmir, also known as Azad Jammu and Kashmir, is a self governing territory, administrated by Pakistan. Jammu and Kashmir is divided among Pakistan and India by UN on the Line of Control. Both of the countries claims the entire state of Kashmir as their own but issue was still under the conflict between Pakistan and India since 1949.
    Visiting Locations in Azad Kashmir

  • 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.
    Visiting Locations in Bahawalpur

  • Bala Hisar Fort

    Visiting Locations in Bala Hisar Fort

  • Barkhan

    Barkhan is located at the distance of 418 km from Quetta city via Loralai on the National Highway N-70. Its landscape consists of plains, valleys and mountains having average elevation of 1,000 to 2,100 meters in the Sulaiman Mountain Range.
    Visiting Locations in Barkhan

  • Charsadda

    Charsadda is situated at a distance of 32 km from Peshawar at an altitude of 906 feet and is accessible by Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway M1 and then following the Noshera-Charsadda Road. It is located on the left bank of the Kabul River as well as the Swat River in the middle of the district.
    Visiting Locations in Charsadda

  • Chiniot

    Chiniot is situated along the Chenab River at the distance of 158 km from Lahore on the Jhang - Chiniot Road via Faisalabad-Multan Motorway M-4. It is famous for beautifully curving wooden furniture and wonderful sophisticated architecture of havelis, mentions, and mosques.
    Visiting Locations in Chiniot

  • Chitorri graves

    Chitorri Graveyard, a historical ancestral graveyard, is located in Mirpur Khas with unique style canopy tombs. It belongs to the family of Talpur Mirs of Mirpur Khas, Sindh in the 17th and 18th centuries. It is located at a distance of 22 km from Mirpur Khas city.
    Visiting Locations in Chitorri graves

  • Cholistan Desert

    The Cholistan Desert is the most popular and largest desert in the Southern Punjab, that is the part of the Thar Desert. It was fertile land in 4000 BC due to water from the Himalayas, but due to climate change and with scarcity of water, it turns into barren desert. It also has ancient settlements from the Indus Valley civilization.
    Visiting Locations in Cholistan Desert

  • Clock Tower Faisalabad

    Clock Tower or Ganta Ghar is an old historical building of Faisabad, was constructed in British Raj. Building is located in the center of eight markets in different direction like flag of England. It is located at the distance of 2 km from Faisalabad Railway Station via Railway Road, turn left after General Post office building.
    Visiting Locations in Clock Tower Faisalabad

  • Clock Tower Sheikhupura

    Clock Tower Sheikhupura is beautiful clock tower in square form constructed with red bricks. It is situated at Saddar Chowk on Lahore-Sargodha Road.
    Visiting Locations in Clock Tower Sheikhupura

  • Dai Anga Tomb

    Dai Anga Tomb is situated in Lahore near Begumpura on G. T. Road in Gulabi Bagh. She is the nurse of Shahjahan, the Mughal Emperor and she was died in 1671.
    Visiting Locations in Dai Anga Tomb

  • Delhi Gate

    The Delhi Gate was built during the Mughal Empire and is one of the six remaining gates of thirteen gates of Walled City Lahore. In Mughal era, it was the main entry point to lahore from Delhi.
    Visiting Locations in Delhi Gate

  • Derawar Fort

    Derawar Fort is situated in Ahmadpur East at the distance of 130 KM in the South of Bahawalpur. It is a square fortress in the Cholistan Desert. It is also known as Bhati Fort and was built in 9th century by Rai Jajja Solanki, a Rajput ruler of the Solanki clan. Then it was rebuilt in 1732 by Nawab Sadeq Mohammad Khan. It was initially known as Dera Rawal, then became Derawar.
    Visiting Locations in Derawar Fort

  • Dipalpur

    Dipalpur, or Depalpur, is situated on the bank of the Sutlej River in Punjab at a distance of 143 km from Lahore. It is accessible through National Highway N5, turn on the left at Renala Khurd before Okara. It is a largest Tehsil in Pakistan in Okara district.
    Visiting Locations in Dipalpur

  • 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.
    Visiting Locations in Faisalabad

  • Faran Tangi Ziarat

    Faran Tangi lies at the distance of 10 km from Ziarat city on the side of Quetta-Loralai Road. There is a small waterfall due to spring water flows down from the mountain. It is a good place for picnic just 2 km from the main road.
    Visiting Locations in Faran Tangi Ziarat

  • FATA

    The Federally Administrated Tribal Areas, FATA, is a semi-autonomous tribal region along the border with Afghanistan in northwestern part of Pakistan. This area is under direct control of Pakistan through the Frontier Crimes Regulations law in the times of the British Government in Sub-Continent. Most of the people in these area never support Pakistan but with the passage of time, their next generation changed their minds and they demand for the merger of FATA areas in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa provicnce. So in May, 2018, the amendment was passed to merge the area within Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa province within next two years.
    Visiting Locations in FATA

  • Ganda Singh Border

    Ganda Singh Border is an international border between Pakistan and India in Ganda Singh Wala village. The border is now closed after the 1970 war between Pakistan and India, but tourists can visit the area to observe the India-Pakistan border.
    Visiting Locations in Ganda Singh Border

  • Gondrani Cave

    Gondrani Cave City, also known as Shehr-eRoghan, is located at a distance of 175 KM from Karachi in Lasbela, Balochistan within the rocky mountains. Most of the people believe, this town was part of Buddhist monastery in 8th century. These caves are formed due to solid conglomerate rocks with several levels. There were more than 1500 caves in 17th century, but now only 500 remain. It is accessible from Lasbela city through a small trek that leads to the hill top. Trek is not easiy due to its steepness and rocky structure. At the end of the trek, you can see the mighty structure of caves in the rocks. There is also a small lake flowing on the side of the caves.
    Visiting Locations in Gondrani Cave

  • Gudai

    Gudai is a beautiful village in the Astore Valley at the distance of 16km from Gorikot and 27 km from Astore village. Gudai is famous for the fresh water and trout fish in the area. It is a gateway to Deosai Plain, one of the world highest plains, from Astore Valley.
    Visiting Locations in Gudai