Famous City Lahore
Famous City Lahore is the capital of the province of Punjab in Pakistan. Lahore is 2nd highest populous city of Pakistan. It has historical places which are famous all over the world. The Lahore Fort is the most famous place for the visitors. It is located beside the river Ravi. Other Famous places of Lahore are Badshahi Mosque, Hazuri Bagh. The Minar-e-Pakistan and Iqbal Park are both adjacent to the the fort.
Following are the most beautiful and famous places in Lahore.
The Lahore Fort is iconic symbol of the famous city Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It has walled city Lahore on noth side. It has area has been spreads more than 20 hectares. It was built in date to the era of Emperor Akbar. The Lahore Fort was entirely build in the 17th century when the Mughal Empire was at the best of his ruling over the sub contents.The foundations of the Lahore Fort was started on date to 1566 during the reign of Emperor Akbar.
The Ravi River is a crossing river from northwestern India and eastern Pakistan. The Ravi River flows in the middle of this famous city Lahore which sixth rivers of the Indus System in Punjab. Punjab is extracted name which means five rivers. There are beautiful fields and meadows in the surrounding area of this river.
The Badshahi Mosque is also a symbol of Mughal era which can be found in the west side of Lahore Fort Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Badshahi Mosque is a iconic landmarks for Famous Lahore City. The Badshahi Mosque was built by Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671. It took around more than two years until 1673. It has an exterior that is decorated with unique carved and red sandstone with marble inlay.
Minar e Pakistan
The Minar-e-Pakistan is a national monument which is located out side in front of Lahore Fort in Lahore, Pakistan. It is also famous as Yadgar-e-Pakistan. It was started built in year 1960 and ended 1968. It is sign of for remembering on the site where the All-India Muslim League passed by the British Government the Lahore Resolution on 23 March 1940 as espoused by the two-nation theory in the subcontinent region. The resolution gradually helped lead to the emergence of an independent Pakistani state in 1947.
Greater Iqbal Park
The Iqbal Park which was famous as Minto Park, is an urban park. It has new name as Greater Iqbal Park after renovation and expansion. Renovation and Expansion, the project features expansion of the Iqbal Park which was including it in the stretch of Circular Road between the park and Lahore Fort. The 125 acre green oasis is mostly entirely by the old city of Lahore. The project was started on October 10, 2015 and was completed on November 9, 2016 incurring a total cost of PKR 981 million as quoted by the contractor of the project.