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such as History, Height and pictures. Minar e Pakistan is located in Lahore.
It is built on the location where Pakistan resolution was passed. Every
visitor who visits Lahore first time would like to visit Minar e Pakistan. It
is a unique kind of place. It is combination of Islamic and Pakistani
cultural combination. It was build between 1960 to 1968. Minar e Pakistan
height is 203 feet. It was designed by Naseer ud din Murat Khan. You can
climb the minar though elevator or stairs. Base is built like a flower
shape. There is also a big park around the Minar. Kite flying is major event
celebrated in this ground. Other main building near it are Badshahi Mosque,
Shahi Qila and Allam Iqbal tomb.
Minar e Pakistan Height
Height of Minar e Pakistan is 60 Meter or in
feet it is 198.5 feet high from surface. Minar e Pakistan was built on a
Base which is also four meters high from the Ground. Minar was built on
center point of Base and central Star. Most of the construction material
used in tower is marble and stones in different shapes and colours. Minar is
designed in a flower shape. You can climb up through stairs or elevators.
This place is also mostly known as Yadgar in Lahore by Lahori people. Height
of Badshai Moasque Minarets is 54 Meters and that is lower than minar e
Minar e Pakistan Map
You can see Google satellite map of Minar e
Pakistan through this website. When you see it above, you can see only star
and basement. But shadow of minar can be clearly seen in the map picture. If
your zoom out the map then other famous and historical building are also
seen near to it including Shahi Qila, Badshahi Masjid, Lardi Adda, old
Lahore, Gurdwara, Allam Iqbal Tomb and others.
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