Amazing World best heritage sites in Pakistan

Amazing World best heritage sites in Pakistan

"International Day" 

UNESCO approved the conservation of ancient civilizations, culture, and archaeology for the first time on November 16, 1972, and preserved the archaeological, cultural, the architecture of ancient and modern civilizations around the world. Every year April 18 is celebrated the world's cultural heritage globally. The purpose of celebrating this day is to save, cultivate, and promote the culture, heritage and archaeological history of various ancient civilizations around the world. A few of the Pakistani cultural heritage sites (a few about Mohenjo Daro, Taxila, Thatta brothers ruins, the remains of Qarbi city Sies Bahalul, fort Lahore and Shalamar Bagh, Maikali Cemetery and Qala Rohahas)Interesting basic information are as follows:


"Fort Lahore"


The fort of Lahore which is also known as the royal fort is located in Lahore, Pakistan's Punjab province.  History of this fort is from ancient times, during the excavation, Mahmud Ghaznavi got a golden coin from 1025. While the strong evidence of more than five-meter excavations shows that the population here was approximately 1021 before Mahmood Ghaznavi's victory over Lahore. But his excellence was built by the Mughal King Akbar Azam (1605-1515).  In 1981, UNESCO declared this fort with the Shalamar Bagh as a global heritage.


"Shalamar Bagh"

Shalamar Bagh was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in Lahore in 1641-1642. There is a high brick wall around the wall. The garden is in a rectangular shape. It is divided into 3 parts and all three is separated from each other. One part is up to 4.5 meters from another. The names of the three parts are Farhoob Baksh, Faiz Baksh, and Hayat BakshThere are 410 floors in the garden, 5 waterfalls and buildings and different types of trees.



"Taxila"

One of the world's cultural heritage sites is Taxila. Taxila is situated 22 miles from an ancient city Rawalpindi. In 326 BC Alexander the Great occupied this city. The ruler of "Bakhtiar", Bakhtiar, conquered Gandhara from 190 BC and made Taxila his perfect throne. The city's ideology was at the height of the Maharaja Ashok Azam's covenant. The famous Chinese tourist in the seventh century came here "Hain Sang".Here is the museum, which features the artificial art of the fifth century BC, ten thousand coins (some Greek times) ornaments, cloves, and other nurses. This city incorporated UNESCO in the list of world heritage in 1980.


"Mohenjo-Daro"

Mohenjo-Daro is twenty-five miles away from  Larkana, and 400 miles away from Harappa. Mohenjo-Daro was discovered by the British archaeologist "Sir John Martial" in 1922, and his car is still in a museum of the Mohenjo-Daro trumpet. The city's streets were open and straightforward and there was a proper arrangement for water drainage. Nearly 35,000 people were living here. This city is included in the World Heritage Site by UNESCO.




"Thatta"

The tomb of Thatta has described the world's historic heritage as the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Thatta is a historical place near Kanjor lake in Sindh Province of Pakistan. It is situated about 98 km in the east of Karachi. Due to the presence of Karachi, the number of people with tourism reaches easily on this historic and elegant place. The world's oldest and ancient cemetery, "Mikely" is also near Thatta. 



Amazing World best heritage sites in Pakistan Amazing World best heritage sites in Pakistan Reviewed by Hamarimesh on May 08, 2019 Rating: 5

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