The Unseen Beauty of Pakistan (24 Photos)

There’s no doubt Pakistan is the most beautiful country in this world (This is my personal point of view and could be different from yours). If you don’t believe this, you should check out the photographs below or at least have a look at these beautiful pictures of Pakistan we showcased long time back.

Pakistan used to be known for tourism because of its diverse cultures, peoples and landscapes. But because of recent terror attacks in Pakistan, people are not considering to visit more to Pakistan, specially Northern areas of Pakistan.

Pakistan is the second largest Muslim population after Indonesia. The name Pakistan means Land of (the) Pure in Urdu and Persian. The selected photos are just an introduction to the beauty of Pakistan. Each picture is linked to the original source and you should click on them to see more awesome photos of Pakistan. Enjoy!

Special thank to Atif Saeed for his beautiful photography skills and exploring so much amazing places in Pakistan.

Monument

The Pakistan Monument in Islamabad, Pakistan, is a national monument representing the nation’s four provinces and three territories.

Monument

Monument

The Badshahi Masjid

The Badshahi Masjid or the ‘King’s Masjid’ in Lahore, commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671 and completed in 1673, is the second largest masjid in Pakistan and South Asia and the fifth largest masjid in the world.

The Badshahi Masjid

The Badshahi Masjid

 

Badshahi Masjid

Badshahi Masjid

Railway Bridge

River Jhelum, Pakistan

Railway Bridge

Railway Bridge

Blue Hour In Islamabad

Beautiful sunset and blue hour moments near Pakistan Monument, Islamabad.

Blue Hour In Islamabad

Blue Hour In Islamabad

Inside Badshahi Masjid

The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb built the Badshahi Masjid or the ‘Kings’s Masjid, in 1673 in Lahore, Pakistan. The masjid displays an excellent example of Mughal era architecture.

Inside Badshahi Masjid

Inside Badshahi Masjid

Sunset at Faisal Masjid

The Faisal Masjid in Islamabad is the largest masjid in Pakistan and South Asia and one of the largest masjids in the world.

Sunset at Faisal Masjid

Sunset at Faisal Masjid

Lahore Fort

The Lahore Fort, locally referred to as Shahi Qila is citadel of the city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is located in the northwestern corner of the Walled City of Lahore.

Lahore Fort

Lahore Fort

Breathtaking Kunhar River

Vertorama of Kunhar river at Naran Valley, Pakistan.

Breathtaking Kunhar River

Breathtaking Kunhar River

Blue Home

Seosar Lake 4142m, Deosai Plain, Pakistan.

Blue Home

Blue Home

Autumn Night

Shyok River, Khaplu, Skardu, Pakistan

Autumn Night

Autumn Night

A Night

Seosar Lake 4142m, Deosai Plain, Pakistan.

A Night

A Night

Rakaposhi 7788M

Karakoram, Pakistan.

Rakaposhi 7788M

Rakaposhi 7788M

Night with the Stars

Rush Lake, Hopper, Gilgit, Pakistan.

Night with the Stars

Night with the Stars

A New Day

Uchhali Lake, Soon Sakaser, Salt Range, Pakistan.

A New Day

A New Day

Cold Morning

Shandur Lake, Ghizer, Pakistan.

Cold Morning

Cold Morning

End of Time

Beautiful waterfall in Skardu, Pakistan.

End of Time

End of Time

A Night to Remember

Seosar Lake 4142m, Deosai Plain, Pakistan

A Night to Remember

A Night to Remember

Heart of Universe

Heart Shape Seosar Lake 4142m, Deosai Plain, Pakistan.

Heart of Universe

Heart of Universe

Colors Brust

Soog Valley, Skardu, Pakistan.

Colors Brust

Colors Brust

Trillion Star Hotel

The place you would love to stay for a night.

Trillion Star Hotel

Trillion Star Hotel

Explosion

A very old memory

Explosion

Explosion

Happy Independence Day

Banak Top 4964m. Skardu, Pakistan.

Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

Impression

Indus Delta, Skardu, Pakistan.

Impression

Impression

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3 Responses

  1. wow Beautiful pics. picture quality is outstanding. I have visited Badshahi Mosque, Lahore fort many times as i live in lahore. Their architecture design is amazing. It is impossible to make such designs by hand now. and i think photographer forgot to capture Minar-e-Pakistan when he was in lahore 🙂

  2. Awesome!!!
    Just look at the pictures.. and imagine how much beauty is in our Pakistan. Alhamdulillah

    • Thanks Faisal. There’s no doubt about it. Personally visited many places in Pakistan and they look like out of this world. Such beautiful places is a gift from our Allah in the shape of Pakistan. We are really proud of it.

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