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Ayub Park Rawalpindi: Largest National Park of Pakistan

Ayub National Park which is situted in Rawalpindi is the largest national park of Pakistan. The area of this park is 2300 acres and is a big source of entertainment for the people of Rawalpindi. The garden has a play area, lake with boating facility, an aquarium, a garden-restaurant and an open air... readmore

August 10, 2010 | Mohsin Ali | No Comments | 142 views

Ranikot: Largest Fort of Pakistan And The World

Rani Kot Fort in the province of Sindh is the largest fort of Pakistan with a circumfarence of 26 km. It is also the largest fort of the world. It is located in the Kirthar Range, about 30 km southwest of Sann, in Jamshoro District, Sindh, Pakistan. There are different speculations about the time of... readmore

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Largest Industry in Pakistan

Textile Industry is the largest industry in Pakistan. The major chunk is the government earnings comes from textile exports. Pakistani textile products are very popular in European countries. This industry is dominated by Punjab (Faisalabad, Lahore and Multan). 3% of the textile imports of United States... readmore

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Nishatar Hospital Multan: Largest Hospital of Pakistan

Nishtar Hospital is the largest hospital of Pakistan. It is comprised of 30 wards and it can accommodate the 3,000 patients per day. The out-door unit also accommodates hundreds of  patients daily. readmore  Read More →

August 7, 2010 | Mohsin Ali | No Comments | 843 views

Faisal Mosque: Largest Mosque of Pakistan

Shah Faisal Mosque, Islamabad is the largest mosque in Pakistan. The total area of this mosque or masjid is 54,000 sq. meter and it can accommodate about 300000 people. It is also the largest mosque of Asia as well as sixth largest mosque in the world. readmore  Read More →

| Mohsin Ali | 1 Comment | 442 views

Gawadar Port: Smallest Seaport of Pakistan

Gawadar is the smallest seaport of Pakistan. It is the newly built seaport which is situated on the coastline of Balochistan province which is about 600 km long. Gwadar Port is a warm water seaport which became operational in 2008. It is the third major sea port of Pakistan after Karachi port and port... readmore

August 5, 2010 | Mohsin Ali | No Comments | 632 views

Ranks of Pakistan Navy

Pakistan Navy is like other armed services is defending the country with bold determination and professional dedication. Here are the ranks of Pakistan navy officers. readmore  Read More →

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Indus River: Largest River of Pakistan

River Indus: The mighty Indus river is the largest river of pakistan. It is famous for its great Indus Vally Civilization and fertile lands. It orginates from Tibitan Plateau and after covering the total distance of 3180 kilometers, it falls into the Arabian Sea. readmore  Read More →

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Largest Railway Station of Pakistan

Lahore Railway Station is the largest railway station of Pakistan with 11 platforms. Lahore railway station has historical importance and it played a vital role during 1947 partition when the migrants were brought through trains from India. This busy Railway Station was built in 1859-60 during British... readmore

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Largest Sea Port of Pakistan: Karachi

Karachi Sea Port is not only the largest Sea Port of Pakistan but also the busiest Sea Port of country. With its 30 berths and 2 wharfs it handles about 60 % cargo of the Pakistan. It is situated in the old Karachi city with industrial and business sectors of the city. Karachi Sea Port was first opened... readmore

August 4, 2010 | Jibran Jamshed | No Comments | 412 views
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