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    Allama Iqbal Mausoleum

    Allama Iqbal tomb is the most simple and impressive structure situated in Lahore, Pakistan, between Lahore Fort and Badshahi Masjid. The structure of Allama Iqbal tomb is a reflection of a combination of Moorish and Afghan Architecture. Red sandstones were used to manufacture the tomb of Allama Iqbal. Thousands of people come to visit the mausoleum per day to pay their due respect to Poet Allama Iqbal.   Allama Iqbal was considered as one of the most inspiring characters behind the movement of Pakistan. Allama Iqbal was given a name of Mukaffir-e-Pakistan which means the Thinker of Pakistan and Shair-e-Mashriq meaning the Poet of the East. Allama Iqbal died in 1938, 21 of April in Lahore at the age of 60.As a tribute to Allama Iqbal the name of the Lahore Airport was named Allama Iqbal International Airport.   After the death of Allama Iqbal a committee was formed presided by Muhammad Hussain, the initial designs submitted by different architects were not satisfactory. The committee decided to design a new combination rather than following specific school of arthitect.The final mode was designed from Mughal tradition and was a mixture of Moorish and Afghanistan architecture. The Tomb has two gates located at the eastern and southern sides, tiled with marble. White marbles were used to build the grave.   There are Quranic verses inscribed in calligraphy on tombstone. People of Afghanistan gifted the tombstone. Ghazals are carved from the book name Zabur-e-Ajam written by Allama Iqbal inside walls. There is a small garden outside divided into small plots. Tomb was architect by Nawab Zain Yar Jang Bahadur which took 13 years to build this tomb, the major reason of delay was the shortage of red stone from Jaipur .The tomb was built at a cost of one hundred thousand rupees.  

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    Badshahi Mosque

    Badshahi Mosque (transformation in English: Royal Mosque) is the second largest mosque of Pakistan,  located in provincial capital Lahore of Punjab. Badshahi Masjid is a Tourist Attraction and a must visited place in Lahore Pakistan.   It was built in 1673 A.D. by the sixth Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir. The mosque remained the largest mosque in the world from 1673 to 1986, when it was overtaken in capacity and size upon the completion of Shah Faisal Mosque in Islamabad. It has a total area of 29,867.2 square meters (321, 488 square feet) and can accommodate up to 100,000 worshipers. Now it is an 8th largest mosque in the world in terms of its capacity for accommodating worshipers and 10th largest in terms of total area. Badshahi Mosque with its beautiful Mughal architectural style and historical background is a major landmark and tourist attraction not only in Lahore but in whole Punjab.     The mosque was built under the patronage of the sixth Mughal Emperor, Aurangzeb Alamgir. It was completed in 1673 under the supervision of Aurangzeb's foster brother Muzaffar Hussain (also known as Fidaie Khan Koka) who was appointed a governor of Lahore in May 1671 and held this post until 1675. He was also Master of Ordnance to the emperor.     The construction of the mosque took about two years, from May 1671 to April 1673. The mosque was built opposite the Lahore Fort, illustrating its stature in the Mughal Empire. In conjunction with the building of the mosque, a new gate was built at the fort, named Alamgiri Gate after the Emperor. From 1852 onwards, piecemeal repairs were carried out under the supervision of the Badshahi Mosque Authority. Extensive repairs were carried out from 1939 to 1960 at a cost of about 4.8 million rupees, which brought the mosque to its original shape and condition. The blueprint for the repairs was prepared by the late architect Nawab Zen Yar Jang Bahadur.     In 2000, the repair work of marble inlay in the main vault was repaired under the supervision of Saleem Anjum Qureshi. On the occasion of the second Islamic Summit held at Lahore on February 22, 1974, thirty-nine heads of Muslim states offered their Friday prayers in the Badshahi Masjid, led by Maulana Abdul Qadir Azad, the 'Khatib' of the mosque. Recently a small museum has also been added to the mosque complex, which contains relics of Muhammad, his cousin, and his daughter, Hazrat Fatima Zahra.

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    Battlefield Paintball

    Paintball is a thrilling extreme sport. Paintball has become an increasingly famous sports in the western world. Battlefield is the first group to launch Paintball in Pakistan. Battlefield also arranges private and commercial events Battlefield in addition to Paintball also contains a fleet 200cc / 150cc / 110cc / 80cc ATVS. Battlefield is the place the to be for people looking for thrilling sporting activities. Paintball – Go Karting and Quad Bikes provide quite an opportunity when it comes to extreme games.       Paintball is a sport in which players compete, in teams or individually, to eliminate opponents by tagging them with capsules containing water soluble dye and gelatin shell outside (referred to as paintballs) propelled from a device called a paintball marker (commonly referred to as a paintball gun). Paintballs are composed of a non-toxic, biodegradable, water-soluble polymer. The game is regularly played at a sporting level with organized competition involving worldwide leagues, tournaments, professional teams, and players. Paintball technology is also used by military forces, law enforcement, para-military and security organizations to supplement military training, as well as playing a role in riot response, and non-lethal suppression of dangerous suspects.

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    Butterfly Park

    Butterfly Park is an awesome addition to Jalo Park Lahore, Pakistan. It matches all International Standards, Hence a must visit placAttractions to visit in Lahore Pakistan.   Butterfly Park one of the most beautiful botanical garden established by Punjab government which has a great number of butterflies of different kinds. People and especially kids love to visit this place and see beautiful butterflies flying in front of them and enjoy the beauty of this beautiful creature. Overall, it's a worthy place to visit with family and to enjoy a picnic here.

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    Emporium Mall by Nishat Group

    Emporium Mall is all in one mall that contains shops, hotel, food court, cinema's etc and Located In Living City Lahore Punjab, It Becomes One of the symbolic places in Lahore Pakistan and attraction for people of other provinces.   Emporium Mall is home to over 200 International and local brands. It includes a nine screen multiplex cinema and Pakistan's largest cinema called Universal Cinemas. It also contains a large food court with a sitting area that accommodates 3000 people. Other features include Fun Factory Park (kids play area), The Bounce, banquet halls, restaurants, eateries, a large hypermarket named Hyperstar (Carrefour) and a 110-Room five star hotel. The mall also uses solar panels for back-up power.   In 2016, Emporium Mall became Pakistan's largest shopping mall. In 2017, Emporium Mall became the second-largest mall after the construction of Lucky One Mall in Karachi. Emporium Mall is also one of the largest shopping malls in the world by gross leasable area. Emporium Mall is home to over 200 International and local brands. It also includes Universal Cinemas, Hyperstar supermarket, and a large food court.

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    Hazuri Bagh

    The Hazuri Bagh Baradari is a baradari of white marble located in the Hazuri Bagh of Lahore. Punjab Pakistan Hazuri Bagh, lined with cloisters for mendicants and holy men, was designed as a court for the grand masjid. The Hazuri Bagh tent that dominates the center of the quad was designed by Ranjit Singh. The opposite (south) is that the Hazuri Bagh Gate, that was designed as a part of a boarding house for students and students hooked up to the mosque. a formidable entrance within the east, the Alamgiri entrance, was designed specially and orientating within the direction of the masjid to produce appropriate stress once entered from the stronghold.     Once called Serai of Aurangzeb, the house of worship courtyard would be crowded by the procession of the emperor once he came to supply his Friday prayers at the grand house of worship. Hazuri Bagh provided the stage that the eclat of the Mughal emperor was showcased, his train a throng of mace-bearers, omerah, grandees and nobles. The traveler Francois Bernier recorded that the means from the stronghold would be lined by many troopers in their dazzling uniforms creating a sparkly passage for the emperor.       The entrance to the masjid with its lofty footstall makes it imperative to climb its twenty-two steps to succeed on the platform and provides a prospect of the grandeur at intervals the masjid enclosure.Hazuri Bagh has placed along on the orders of Ranjit Singh in 1818 to celebrate the capture of the known Koh-i-Noor Diamond from sovereign Shuja of Islamic State of Afghanistan. Its Mughal character is obligated to the fabric off from Mughal monuments and reused here. The tent was created in 1818 and originally consisted of a basement and 2 level on top of the ground. Elegant lapidarian marble pillars support the baradari’s delicate cuspated arches. The central space, wherever Ranjit Singh control court, incorporates a reflected ceiling. each the garden and also the Baradari, originally a 45-foot, three-story sq. with a basement approached by fifteen steps, suffered intensive harm throughout the fratricidal Sikh wars and was solely rescued and ordered out consistent with the initial setup throughout a people amount. On nineteen Gregorian calendar month 1932, the topmost story folded because of serious violent storm and lightning. attributable to a scarceness of funds the highest level was never restored; but, the primary floor marble lattice banister, that had additionally been severely broken, was restored 3 years later.       From up to date illustrations, the planning of the highest level is evident: a chamber perforates by cuspated arch openings, set within the middle of an oversized terrace and well set back from the sting of the bottom floor roof. The Baradari was the main focus of imperial displays throughout the Sikh rule. though the Takht (or throne) was the stronghold, Ranjit Singh used the venue of the baradari for conducting functions of the state. When his death, the tent continuing to be used by his successors. 

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    Hiran Minar Park

      Hiran Minar or the tower of the deer is a Tourist Attraction situated in the city of Sheikhupura. This city is 40 kilometers away from the provincial capital, Lahore. The 4th Mughal King Jahangir built this structure in a beautiful lake. Basically, it is a monument of a deer that is the reason behind its name. It is a structure of the year 1606 which was built on the grave of the “Mansraj” (Royal Deer). The height of this tower is 100 feet. History says that “Mansraj” was the lucky deer which got the status of pet to the Great Mughal King Jahangir. Later on, this tower was used to locate the wild animals to hunt. It gives you the total view of surrounding areas. It is another amazing structure of the Mughal Era. Tourists could observe that age very closely, by visiting this place of Deer’s tower in Sheikhupura.   A very large water tank increases its beauty because water covers this structure from all sides. There is a small bridge for pedestrians to connect this building with the land. A slope was built in a side of this pool; it was to facilitate the pet animals of the Royal family. Water collection and water exiting system of this building is really impressive. The location of Hiran Minar is also very impressive so as its environment. It is one of the best places to visit in the Punjab province. When you reach to its roof, it takes you in some other world. The scenes of forest are eye catching. There is a large water pool where peoples seem busy in boating. It is a very cool place to visit in the summer season. There are few places around it where peoples come for hunting.

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    Jam-e-Shirin Park

    Jam-e-Shirin Park is located on Gulberg Road, Lahore. This park remains open 24 hours for the visitors. This park is presented and maintained by the Qarshi group. The entrance of this park is very beautifully decorated with greenery and a lot of different color flowers. The park has a lot of greenery and colorful flowers. The flowers are decorated very beautifully which gives a worth watching view to the visitors visiting this park. In this park, flowers are also decorated in a way to depict the national flag of Pakistan which looks very beautiful and gives a very patriotic feeling. Park also has proper tracks for jogging and morning walk.   Jam-e-Shirin Park has the best environment for the exercise. You may witness a lot of people in this park in the morning for the sake of exercise. The atmosphere of this park is very clean, hygienic, calm and peaceful that is the reason people enjoy their morning exercise in this park. This park also has a number of outdoor fitness swings. Park also has the proper arrangement of sitting for the visitors.

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    Joyland China Scheme

    Joyland China Scheme is an Amusement, Theme Park Located at  Tariq Shaheed Rd, Lahore, Pakistan.   Joyland China Scheme is a place to visit with family for enjoyment, kids and adults both visits there often at the weekend to spend quality time, Joyland  consists of Rides, Jumping area, Climbing area and much more.

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    Kamran's Baradari

    Baradari of Kamran Mirza is a Historical Place and tourism Attraction Located In Lahore Pakistan.  It Is mostly visited the History Students from all around the world.   Baradari of Kamran Mirza is a summer pavilion in Lahore, Pakistan. It was built in 1540 by Kamran Mirza, a son of first Mughal emperor Babur, and a brother of the second Mughal emperor Humayun. The building is believed to be the oldest existing Mughal structure in Lahore and is the only garden in Lahore's Shahdara Bagh area that was not converted into a funerary monument.   Kamran Mirza, sometimes known simply as Kamran,  was the second son of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire and the first Mughal Emperor. The only significant architectural structure built by Kamran exists today in Lahore, Pakistan. It is called Kamran ki Baradari. Bara means twelve and dar mean doors. Kamran ki baradari was a twelve door building on the bank of River Ravi. The river changed its course over time, with the result that the Baradari stands not on the bank but in the waters as an island while the gardens have deteriorated.

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    Kos Minar

    “Kos” literally means a medieval measurement of distance and “Minar” is a word for tower. Such structures draw attention to glory of Mughal empire administration. The Kos Minars present a great travel story and it would indeed be a worthwhile exercise to check their present status.Kos minar were used to mark the royal route. Built during the reign of King Akbar, the Kos Minars were a spin-off of Sher Shah Suri’s initiative to have caravan Sarais (resting places) on GT Rd for merchants & other travellers, the stretch from Agra to Ajmer received special attention.     However, apart from serving as a pit stop, the pillars also served a crucial role in the communication channel. The pillars were equipped with a horse, rider & a drummer to transmit messages between these pillars with speed & promptness. With the road covering a distance of almost 3000 Kms, it implies that almost 1000 pillars were constructed, forming an extensive communication network, a predecessor to the postal systems that it would evolve to in the future.

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    Lahore Fort

    The fort was initially constructed in 1566 AD by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, on the ruins of a mud fort which existed as early as 1021 AD. The Fort is rectangular. Lahore Fort is one of the oldest forts in Pakistan a tourist attraction for foreigners and locals as well, it is located in the northwestern corner of Lahore, adjacent to the Walled City. It has 13 gates. The main gates are located alongside the center of the western and eastern walls. Located centrally in the city of Lahore, the Lahore Fort is a magnificent fortified palace complex. Its elaborate Mughal architecture is straight out of a storybook of the Mysterious East.     The impressive twin-domed entrance leads into elaborately decorated courtyards and pavilions with water features, some with still intact sumptuous wall decorations of inlaid semiprecious stones and painted designs. It's large enough to allow several elephants carrying members of the royal family to enter at one time. There is a flight of stone steps specially built for ceremonial elephant processions.     The fort as it stands today is not what it was when it was initially constructed in 1566. Every successive Mughal emperor besides the Sikhs, and the British added a pavilion, palace of the wall to the Fort. Jahangir, Shah Jehan and later Aurangzeb added modifications of massively fortified walls. .It has two gates one is known as Alamgiri Gate build by Emperor Aurangzeb which opens towards Badshahi mosque and other older one known as Maseeti (Punjabi language word means of Masjid) or Masjidi Gate which opens towards Masti Gate Area of Walled City and was built by Emperor Akbar.   Currently, Alamgiri Gate is used as the principal entrance while Masti Gate is permanently closed. Akbar got the Diwan-i-Aam (Hall for Commoners) built in the traditional Iranian style, all constructed in red sand stone imported from Rajistan. Shah Jahan also constructed the Diwan-e-Khas, which overlooked Ravi, in 1631-the same year he started the Taj Mahal. Shah Jahan also constructed Moti Masjid (Pearl Mosque) and his own sleeping chambers. Emperor Jahangir extended the gardens and constructed the palaces in the Jehangir's Quadrangle.

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    Lahore Museum

    Lahore Museum is Located at Mall Road Lahore, Punjab Pakistan.   The Lahore Museum is one of his kind and considered one of the most famous museums of South Asia. Lahore Museum is witness Pakistan largest repository of cultural and historical artifacts was actually established in 1865-66 at the location known as “Shahrahe-Quaid-e-Azam” or Mall road, and later the site was transferred to the new site previously known as “Tollinton Market” and now the “LAHORE CITY HERITAGE MUSEUM”. Its red-brick building intermingles with the old traditions of Lahore considered as the City of Mughal Empire Architecture.     This museum houses the country largest and oldest collection of artistic, cultural and astonishing historical objects, like vast collections of coins, rare manuscripts, miniature paintings and Gandhara sculpture, this place know as a treasure of knowledge for art and history lovers.The current structure of the building was well framed designed by the most legendary architect Sir GANGA RAM.     This museum is considered as one of the largest museums in this country due to his massive collection. It houses modern paintings, cultural arts, and incredible crafts that are keen to one's eye and beyond comparison and our main source of attraction for research scholars and tourist from all over the world. It also houses and exhibiting the cross-cultural history of the subcontinent. .It's particularly famed for its display of Gandharan sculpture where the statue of fasting Siddhartha ranks as first in finest specimen available of “Gandhara Art” as one the rare antiquates.     The coin collection gallery houses around 40,000 approx. pieces considered one of the largest collection in the subcontinent like (Punch-Marked coins issued in the 6th century BC, where this astounding collection of coins showcasing the history of all the ruling families of this subcontinent along with modern days Pakistani coins, these collection the main source of attraction for the tourists for its rarity and richness. The visitors are amazed by seeing GOLD coins of JAHANGIR with the zodiacal sign (1605-1628). one of the galleries also exhibiting the collection of our oldest civilization INDUS VALLEY, like stone age tools used from Soan valley, “Wheel-Turned Pottery”, “Jewellery Of Terracotta” “Paste And Semi-Precious beads".

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    Lahore Wildlife Park

    Lahore Wildlife Park is one of the Biggest Parks In Pakistan, and It is situated on Raiwind Road Lahore which is just 15Km away from Thokar Canal Bridge. Lahore Wildlife Park is also called Woodland Wildlife Park. It was established in 1982 and it covers the area of 242 acres.   This Park does not only have Wildlife but it also facilitates its visitors with an option of Boating and Fishing. There is a separate play area for children. The whole park is covered with lush green grass. This park is an ideal place for the families to enjoy in a refreshing environment. There is also a food corner which serves delicious food to their visitors. The species that are present in Lahore Wildlife Park includes Bengal tiger, Indian peafowl, common pheasant, emu, lion, mute swan, nilgai, ostrich and silver pheasant among a few others.  This park also has the biggest lake in the country covering four islands. Pedal Boating and Fishing facilities are provided near this lake. It also has safari tracks in the area of lions and Bengal tigers.     Park has a separate Birds area which has different types of birds enclosed in a huge net. People of every age enjoy watching different types of birds just in front of eyes; these beautiful birds are really eye-catching. Parrots, Peacocks, Ducks, Pigeons, Sparrows, Pheasants, Amazon Parrot and Macaw Parrots are some of the species that are present in the Birds area. The area where lions and tigers are placed in the Park is specially managed by the management. They are enclosed inside of large fences and boundaries. The atmosphere of Lahore Wildlife Park is really peaceful.

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