Islamabad City

Combining a rich history, the confluence of many a civilization and temperate climate, Islamabad – the capital city of Pakistan, is one of the most beautiful cities in the South Asian region. Wide, tree-lined streets adorn the various sectors and zones of the city, making it accessible and spectacular. Administratively, the city is located within the Islamabad Capital Territory, which is federally controlled, even though historically Islamabad has been a part of the Punjab province; more specifically the Potohar Plateau. A meticulously planned city by renowned town planners Doxiadis Associates, Islamabad is the fastest growing city in terms of population, economy and urban development. As this trend continues, the city is shedding its reputation as a city without character, and is fast becoming truly metropolitan.

Islamabad Things to Do
1.Daman-e-Koh, Islamabad
Its a spot in the hills around Islamabad. The whole city can be viewed from here. Even Rawal Dam Lake can be viewed from here.
It is a good, health air picnic spot.Regime has developed the garden here. Now this location is well mentained. From the parking lot minute golf course cars take you to the gallery where you can take a view of the city. Scenary of woods, carpeted grass and yellow flowers show a very resplendent scenary.
2. Shah Faisal Masjid (Mosque)

hah Faisal Mosque is superbly located at the cessation of Shaharah-e-Islamabad, against the backdrop of the picturesque Margalla Hills. This pulchritudinous mosque was designed by the Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay.
The mosque is dedicated to the recollection of the tardy King Faisal of Saudi Arabia who graciously financed the cost of the project as a gift to the people of Pakistan.
One of the most astronomically immense mosque in the world, it holds about 15,000 people inside, and another 85,000 in the courtyard. It is spread over 1,89,705-sq. meters with 88 meter high minarets and 40 meter high main prayer hall.
3. Margalla Hills

4. Rawal Lake

5. Shaker Parrian

6. Dams

7. Islamabad Zoo

8. Japanese Park

9. Lok Virsa Museum & Heritage Library

10. Rose and Jasmine Garden

11. Rawalpindi

12. Lotus Lake

13. Nilaan Bhotu

14. Supreme Court of Pakistan

15. Saudi Pak Tower

16. National Parliment of Pakistan

17. Islamabad Museum
18. Pakistan Museum of Natural History

19. Islamabad – A place for Architecture Lovers

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