While Greece has its Acropolis and Iran has its
Persepolis, Pakistan has the world’s largest necropolis –
the Makli Hills near Thatta.
Pakistan is home to remnant Dravidians, the original
inhabitants of the Indus Valley, most of whom were displaced by the Aryans
who built the great Civilization whose capital was Moen-jo-Daro.
Pakistan also houses:
- World’s largest man-made irrigation system
of its kind,
including the Sukkur Barrage.
- World’s largest earth filled dam, the
- World’s second largest Juniper Forest
- The largest bird sanctuary in Asia, the Haleji
- World’s only habitat of Blind Dolphins
- World’s only habitat of Green Turtles
- Asia’s longest suspension bridge in
- World’s largest historical fort, the
Rohtas Fort, the walls
of which have remarkable similarity with the Great Wall of China.
- The Masoom Clock Tower in Sukkur leans like
Leaning Tower of Pisa.