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Places To Visit in Lahore - Pakistan

Alhamra Arts Council - Lahore

Alhamra Arts Council

‘Alhamra’ literally means a woman in red clothes. This building is made up of red bricks, earning the same impression. The architect was Nayyar Ali Dada and this complex has been admired for its superb architecture, even receiving an award for it.  It is a venue for many art exhibitions,...

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Badshahi Mosque - Lahore

Badshahi Mosque

The Badshahi Mosque is arguably the most famous of Lahore’s mosques. This magnificent red sandstone structure was built during the Mughal era in the 1600s by the emperor Aurangzeb who was famous for his religiosity and intolerance. The mosque’s four minarets soar into the sky and are visible...

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Chughtai Museum Trust Art Gallery - Lahore

Chughtai Museum Trust Art Gallery

A must stop for tourists; this gallery showcases the works of Abdur Rehman Chughtai, the national painter of Pakistan. He dabbled in a number of arts and styles but is best known for his water color paintings. Chughtai’s paintings are beautiful and his work is easily recognized. The subjects in...

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Fakir Khana Museum - Lahore

Fakir Khana Museum

The museum itself is in a small house in the inner city. The Fakirs were an important family during the Sikh rule of Punjab in the 1700s. Fakir was an ascetic and his sons took over in his role as an important member and minister in the court of the Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh. This small museum...

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Hiran Minaar - Lahore

Hiran Minaar


An interesting monument, the Hiran Minaar was built in the memory of beloved ‘Hiran’, the deer belonging to Mughal Emperor Jehangir. It was built around 1615 in an area where the Emperor loved to hunt. Surrounding this Minar is a lake and visitors must travel by boat up to this...

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Jehangir’s Tomb - Lahore

Jehangir’s Tomb

Located on the outskirts of Lahore, this beautiful tomb is a sight not to be missed. Jehangir was a Mughal emperor who died around 1625 on his return home from Kashmir. He is buried close to his wife, Nur Jehan, and brother in law, Asif Khan. The tomb is exquisite and is surrounded by beautiful...

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Lahore Fort - Lahore

Lahore Fort

This fort is a magnificent structure and was crucial to the military strength of the Mughals who used it as their military headquarters. The Sikhs too, who ruled Lahore briefly, used the fort as part of their defense strategy. Inside the fort is a small museum showcasing the Mughal rule of Lahore...

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Lahore Museum - Lahore

Lahore Museum

This museum was built in 1894. It is one of the most famous museums of South Asia because of the sheer size of its collection. The museum comprises of over twenty galleries and takes one on a fascinating journey through the different ages of the Subcontinent. Lahore Museum is the place to go if you...

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