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Lahore is known as the City of Gardens. Many gardens were built in Lahore during the Mughal era, some of which still survive. The many other gardens and parks in the city include Hazuri Bagh, Iqbal Park, Mochi Bagh, Gulshan Iqbal Park, Model Town Park, Race Course Park, Nasir Bagh Lahore, Jallo Park, Wild Life Park, and Changa Manga, an artificial forest near Lahore in the Kasur district. Another garden is the Bagh-e-Jinnah, a 141-acre (57 ha) botanical garden that houses entertainment and sports facilities as well as a library. Our mission is to promote our culture and raise awareness to protect our heritage.

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Wazir Khan’s Mosque

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  • Nur Jahan’s Mausoleum

    Nur Jahan’..

    Begum Nur Jahan (1577–1645), also known as Mehr-un-Nisaa, was an Empress of the Mughal Dynasty, of Persian origin whose tomb lies in Lahore,...

  • Badshahi Masjid

    Badshahi Masjid..

    The Badshahi Mosque, one of the last great Mughal monuments, was built in 1673-74 by the Emperor Aurangzeb (ruled 1658-1707). Constructed of red...

  • Wazir Khan’s Mosque

    Wazir Khan̵..

    One of the most famous of Lahore’s mosques, this mosque was founded in 1634 by Hakim Ilmud Din Ansari, known as Nawab Wazir Khan, governor...

  • Tomb of Sharifa Begum

    Tomb of Sharifa..

    Sharif-un-Nisa Begum was the sister of Nawab Khan Bahadur Khan, Viceroy of Lahore; before her death she expressed a desire to be laid to rest in...

  • Gulabi Bagh Gateway

    Gulabi Bagh Gat..

    The Gulabi Bagh (rose garden) was built in 1655 by a Persian noble, Mirza Sultan Beg who was Admiral of the Fleet under the Mughal Emperor Shah...

  • Kamran Baradari

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    Kamran Baradari

  • Jhangir Tombs

    Jhangir Tombs

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