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Nagar Valley (formerly State of Nagar) is a district with namesake town as district's headquarter, in northmost autonomous territory of Gilgit–Baltistan. It was created in 2015 by subdividing the Hunza-Nagar District.
It is located at 35°24'0N 73°48'0E with an altitude of 2688 metres (8822 feet).
Today, the famous Karakoram Highway crosses Nagar, connecting Pakistan to China via the Khunjerab Pass. The road follows the Hunza-Nagar River for some distance through Nagar and into the hunza region.
Pakistan encompasses numerous magnificent valleys in its various cities. In Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan, Nagar Valley is located which is sited near Gilgit Valley, which is also a well-known valley of our country. It is a division of Hunza Nagar District. The valley is directorially further subdivided into two tehsils and they are named as Nagar-1 and Nagar-2. The estimated altitude of the valley is about 2,438 m. The main town of the valley is Nagar Khas and was also the capital of the earlier state of Nagar. In Nagar the most bravura and illustrious tourist attraction is Gulmet because of the landscape of the adjacent mountains. The mountains that are near to it include Rakaposhi which is at a height of 7,788m, Diran and more than 30 peaks are sited near the valley.
Address: Nagar District Gilgit BaltistanPakistan