Lahore is the second largest city of Pakistan and the provincial capital of Punjab. Apart from the being the cultural and academic centre of the country. Lahore is the Mughal “show-window” of Pakistan. Reminiscence of its hoary past are the remains of a subterranean temple in the northern part the Royal Fort, attributed to Rama, the legendary hero of Ramayana. Lying on the main trade and invasion routes to the South Asia, Lahore has been ruled and plundered by a number of dynasties and hordes. However, it touched the zenith of its glory during the role of the Mughals. The Mughals, who were famous as builders, gave Lahore some of its finest architectural monuments that are extinct today.


  • Lahore Fort
  • Badshahi Mosque
  • Shrines of Lahore
  • Anarkali
  • Anarkali Bazaar
  • Bab-e-Pakistan
  • Bagh-e-Jinnah
  • Food Street, Gawalmandi
  • Gates of Lahore
  • Gaddafi Stadium
  • Hazuri Bagh
  • Iqbal Park
  • Lahore Fort
  • Lahore Museum
  • Lahore Zoo
  • Minar-e-Pakistan
  • Shalimar Gardens
  • Tomb of Jahangir