Big Cities Of Pakistan


Big Cities Of Pakistan

Big Cities Of Pakistan

Pakistan is my is a beautiful country bounded with all all forms of weather and heavy treasure of minerals and natural resources. It has four provinces namely Punjab,  Sindh, Baluchistan, and Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa. There are many big cities in Pakistan,  such as Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Quetta, Peshawar and Islamabad etc.



Karachi is the biggest city of Pakistan. It is the hub of trade and the capital of the Sindh Province. All important international trade activities happen hare. Clifton is a lovely coastal place. People enjoy the Arabian sea located in the west of Karachi .Karachi has observed the charm and beauty of modern and conventional way of life. people from all over the country come here for jobs and Labor.



Lahore is the capital of is an old historical has monuments of great Muslim architecture. thanks to the Mughal Emperors, Lahore is Known as the city of gardens .it also has a rich cultural and architectural history. Lahore has a breathing charm that enchants everyone who visits this city. It is the city which never sleeps. there are many places you can visit in Lahore such as Badshahi Mosque, Lahore fort, Shalimar Garden, Jahangir’s tomb etc



Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan .it has all important offices of federal government in it. Prime Minister House, National Assembly, Supreme Court etc are important buildings here. The city is famous for beauty, clean less and its location of beautiful Mar gala hills. Some of the famous places included Feisal Masque, Daman-e-Koh, Shaker Pariah, Fatima Jinnah Park etc. some of the top ranked universities in Pakistan are housed in Islamabad including Quad-e-Azam University National University of science and technology (NUST), Allama  Iqbal Open University (AIOU) etc



Peshawar is the Capital Of the KPK province. It is located right at the edge of the Khyber Pass, close to the Afghan border. Peshawar is now the political Commercial, economic and cultural Capital of the Pashtuns. In the herts of the city in the romantic “street of storytellers” the Qissa Khawani Bazar