Posted on April 12, 2010
Filed Under >Jawad Zakariya, Architecture, Travel
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29 responses to “More Lahore from Above: Aerial Delights”

  1. sara says:

    To read some forgotten facts about minar-e-pakistan click here..
    http://pakistanall.blogspot.com/2011/08/minar-e-pa kistan-some-forgotten-facts_17.html

  2. annie says:

    Great and very informative article. Thanks for sharing these pictures.

  3. @Nabeel: Didn’t say the GPO was in there, what I said was the other Sacred Heart school is next to the GPO in Lahore.

    @YLH: Don’t remember the feud, but then I have one every month! It’s never personal. :-)

  4. Bilal says:

    You know the monument could benefit by some planned land scaping, a circle of cherry blossom trees or something and maybe a pond and some benches, why is it that we as people have little to no concept of land scaping? It is a beautiful monument not to mention the only monument in Lahore of its type so why does it not get the respect it deserves. It looks like an old rocket ship that landed in the middle of nowhere and some random paths leading to it, just sad.