Historical Buildings in Pakistan: Pakistan is a country known for its history and diversity. Our country Pakistan is home to ancient patrimony. There is a good number of historical buildings in Pakistan which are worth to be visited at least once. All the historical buildings of Pakistan are under the auspices of the UN Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Various cultural and natural archaeological sites in Pakistan are so ancient and are evidence of the Mughal Empire and Indus Valley Civilization. The list of historical buildings in Pakistan that must be visited is as follows.

Historical Buildings in Pakistan:

Historical Buildings in Pakistan

Hiran Minar, Shiekhupura

Hiran Minar is believed to be the tomb of a  beloved pet antelope named Mansraj of the 4th Mughal emperor Jehangir. It is located in the game zone of the Mughal emperor in Shiekhupura. It was made in the early 16th century after his beloved pet by the 4th Mughal Emperor.

Badshahi Mosque, Lahore

Badshahi Mosque is also a paragon of the Mughal era. It was established by the last Mughal emperor Aurangzeb from 1671 to 1673. This beautiful Mosque is located in Lahore, Punjab. It is among the largest mosques in the world, ranking 5th in number worldwide and the second largest mosque in Pakistan.

Bab e Pakistan

The name Bab e Pakistan suggests the gateway to Pakistan. it is among the national monument of Pakistan which was made in the honor of Muslim emigrant families in 1947 after the independence. It is situated in Nishtan Town, Lahore Punjab.

Minar e Pakistan

Minar e Pakistan is sited in Iqbal Park of Lahore, the capital of Punjab. It was made in the memory of remarkable achievement of our ancestors that is Resolution of Pakistan in 1940. Minar e Pakistan is a public place visited by thousands of people daily. It is more than seventy-two meters tall and is deserve to be visited.

Wazir Khan Mosque

This mosque was established by Shiekh Ilm-ud-din Ansari who was the viceroy of Punjab in the era of Shah Jahan in 1634. It is decorated so beautifully which makes it worth watching. It is also located in Lahore.

Pakistan Monument

It is present in the capital of the country, Islamabad. It was completed in almost 3 years from 2004 to 2007. Tourists are attracted by its marvellous architecture. It has a national and heritage museum. Pakistan Monument is a symbolic representation of the unity of the four provinces of Pakistan.

Mohenjo Daro, Sindh

Mohenjo Daro is a piece of archaeological evidence discovered in 1921. The history of Mohenjo Daro tells that it was among the largest cities of the Indus Valley Civilization. Its remains resemble the ancient pieces of Harrapa and being an ancient civilization it is protected by UNESCO.

Takht I Bahi

Takht I Bahi is the ancient fragments of the Buddhist settlements and hermitages from Gandhara, Pakistan. it is a ruined city beside the monk’s complex. It was founded in the 1st century and is now protected by UNESCO. It is located in Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ones who have a good knowledge and interest in history must visit Takht-i-bahi.

Mazar e Quaid

It is a tomb of the Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, who was the founder of Pakistan. It is just because of his efforts that today we have been blessed with our own country. He died soon after the independence of Pakistan on 11th September 1948. Mazar e Quaid is located in the city of lights, Karachi. It is beautifully architectured with white marble with hooked Moorish arches and copper grills.

Ziarat, Quaid’s Residency

Quaid’s residency is located in Ziarat, Balochistan. It has great importance in our national history because our founder Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah took his last breaths there. This amazing wooden building was constructed in 1892 and has archaeological importance.

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