Derawar Fort is a stronghold located in what is today Bahawalpur, in the Pakistani province of Punjab. The fort traces its history back to the 9th century AD, though it may be added that it only gained its present look several centuries later, during the 18th century.
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Derawar Fort Rd, Derawar, Bahawalpur, Punjab Bahawalpur Punjab Pakistan
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