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The Walled City’s historical significance is not unknown; this 2000 years old city is the home of several ancient landmarks, especially from the Mughal era.

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From several shrines, galleries, museums, libraries, markets, parks, gardens and monuments to the magnificent mega structures like Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, Minar-e-Pakistan, the Wazir Khan Mosque, Shalimar Gardens, Tomb of Jahangir, Lahore itself boasts of its glorious heritage.

Untitled-1111111Right at entrance of Delhi Gate, at left, is the extravagant Shahi Hammam, built in the era of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for the royalty. It is a Turkish and Persian style bath with 21 rooms, and its massive walls are engraved with unique carvings, and despite been constructed in the 1630s has a hot water system our engineers just discovered in the recent times.The architecture of the bath is so intricate, it is safe to say it is one of its kind in the entire subcontinent. It is historical structure less known but a must visit for those visiting the Walled City.

From several shrines, galleries, museums, libraries, markets, parks, gardens and monuments to the magnificent mega structures like Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, Minar-e-Pakistan, the Wazir Khan Mosque, Shalimar Gardens, Tomb of Jahangir, Lahore itself boasts of its glorious heritage.

Untitled-1443434343Custodian of ancient culture and heritage, the Lahore Museum located on Mall Road, was designed by Sir Ganga Ram is 1856. It is considered to be the largest museum in the country. A walk through the museum is not only a walk through Lahore’s history but through that of various civilizations.Statue of the fasting Buddha, ancient relics from the Indus Valley civilization as well as the Gandhara and Graeco-Bactrian periods, Mughal paintings, Tibetan and Nepalese artwork, along with antique jewelry, collection of ancient musical instruments, pottery and armory are some of the masterpieces which make this museum worth visiting.


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