Lahore is the capital city of the Punjab province. It is known for its vibrant culture and love for food. The city serves as a hub for various historical sites and clothing stores. People from all over Pakistan come to visit this city to enjoy its facilities in terms of leisure, shopping and tourism. Let us see the top places to visit in this city.
This Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in the world. It was built by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The Mosque is red in colour and is one of the largest mosques in the world. At each of the four corners of the mosque, there are octagonal, three storey minarets made of red sandstone that are 196 feet tall, with an outer circumference of 67 feet and the inner circumference is eight and half feet. A marble canopy covers each minaret. Four smaller minarets are also featured inside the mosque.
Bahria Town Lahore
Bahria Town in Lahore is a residential community which has all types of facilities available for the public. It is known for providing residents safe housing without electricity loss. It also offers recreational facilities such as mini zoo, Eiffel tower, park, cinema and eateries.
This zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world. It is also one of the largest zoos in South Asia. The zoo was established 146 years ago, covers 25 acres of land, is home to approximately 1400 animals and welcomes 3 million visitors annually. The main attractions in the zoo include white lions, camels, birds, reptiles and crocodiles.
Lahore is a magnificent city. It is home to people from all over Pakistan. The city has so much to offer everyone and show the real beauty of Pakistan.