Pakistan Monoment, Islamabad
The Pakistan Monument (Yadgar) is a national monument and heritage museum in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. It is located on the western Shakarparian Hills and was built in 2004 as a tribute to the country’s struggle for independence. Hundreds of architects participated in the construction of this monument.
The monument is shaped like a blooming flower representing Pakistan’s progress as a nation. It’s made of granite and steel, and the different petals represent the four provinces of Pakistan, while the three smaller petals represent the country’s northern areas, Azad Jammu & Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan.
The Pakistan Monument also hosts a museum that showcases the country’s culture, heritage, and history. The museum has galleries with educational exhibits, digital maps, and artistic displays that highlight Pakistan’s rich cultural diversity.
A huge number of visitors from within the country and outside the country love to visit this Monument and everyone appreciates its beauty and hard work. Visitors can also enjoy the scenic view of Islamabad from the top of the Pakistan Monument, as well as visit other nearby attractions such as the Lok Virsa Museum and Islamabad Zoo. Faisal mosque and other beautiful places can be clearly seen from the heights of Shakarparian Hills.
Every evening at the monument has a unique beauty and people come to enjoy the sunset at this place.
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