Ghora Gali

Ghora Gali is a tourist mountain resort town located at an elevation of 5,000 feet on the northeastern tip of Punjab province and proximate to Nathia Gali and Murree.Ghora Gali contains the Tomb of Doomat Khan, a leader of the Dhond Abbasi tribe.
Ghora Gali accommodated as a resort for British colonialists and troops during the British Raj. In 1860 the Lawrence College was established here pristinely as an asylum for orphans of British troops killed in the wars.Withal in 1860 the Murree Brewery was established here and engendered potation for British troops, however in 1947 following independence from Britain and the ensuing riots during the independence of Pakistan in 1947 the building was eradicated
Ghora Gali features an 1,100 m long chairlift that goes from Ghora Gali to Pindi Point. TDCP offers a tourist stopover that is situated amidst the picturesque circumventions of Ghara Gali, and is a popular and highly recommended short stay destination. In integration TDCP has a roadside facility and snack bar here.
Lawrence College is situated in Murree Tehsil, Punjab, Pakistan. Lawrence College located in the foothills of the Himalayas and Pir Panjal at a height of about 1950 metres (6395 feet) above sea level, covering an area of 150 acres. GG is 4 km from Murree and 57 km from Islamabad.
Changing its name to Pine Hills College in 1973, Ghora Gali College in 1979 and then back to Lawrence College Ghora Gali Murree in 1986, was undoubtedly a big set back to the college from many angles but it still has maintained its name among the top public schools of the country


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