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#KiranaHills aka #BlackMountains: a small & extensive rocky mountain range and tourist attraction in #Sargodha #Punjab #BeautifulPakistan

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Prime Minister, wearing PAF uniform, pictured with an F-16 aircraft during his visit to Mushaf Air base #Sargodha today. ✈️

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#KiranaHills: a small and extensive rocky mountain range in #Sargodha Locally known as #BlackMountain #VisitPakistan

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#Bahawalpur is famous for its historical #monuments of the Abbasid #Dynasty It was founded in 1748 by the Abbasid caliph Muhammad Bahawal Khan. The #Abbasi dynasty ruled over this area for more than 200 years.
#Cholistan #BeautifuPakistan @Pakistaninpics @PakistanNature 🇵🇰

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Abbasi Masjid, #Bahawalpur (having 3 domes and 4 minarets), is an exact replica of Moti Masjid of #Delhi and was built in 1844 A.D.

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  • Bahawalpur (Urdu: بہاولپُور ‬‎; Punjabi, بہاولپور‬), is a city situated in the Punjab area of Pakistan. Bahawalpur is the eleventh biggest city in Pakistan with an expected populace of 798,509.[3] Bahawalpur frames some portion of the district of southern Punjab - an unmistakable area generally impacted the antiquated social focuses of Multan and Uch Sharif.[4]

    Established in 1748, Bahawalpur was the capital of the previous regal province of Bahawalpur, managed by decision Abbasi group of Nawabs until 1955. The Nawabs left a rich compositional heritage, and Bahawalpur is currently known for its landmarks dating from that period.[5] The city likewise lies at the edge of the Cholistan Desert, and fills in as the entryway to the close-by Lal Suhanra National Park.