Necropolis of Makli and Shah Jahan Mosque


We went to Thatta on a day trip from Karachi. Thatta is located ca 100 km east of Karachi, near the large delta of the Indus river. It was the capital of the Sind region from the 14th to the 17-18th century and is home for the Unesco world heritage listed Necropolis of Makli and the beautiful Shah Janan Mosque. Also the drive to go there was an experience.

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Necropolis of Makli

The necropilis of Makli is a vast necropolis with around half a million graves and tombs, including some impressive mausoleums. It is a Unesco World Heritage site since 1981.

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Shah Jahan Mosque

The beautiful Shah Jahan Mosque in Thatta was built in the 17th century and is rightfully very famous.

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Back to Karachi!

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Back to first Pakistan page for an overview

Back to Karachi

Go to our drive from Islamabad to Gilgit

Hunza – first days

Hikes to Rakaposhi Base Camp and Rakaposhi View Point

Nanga Parbat – the Rupal Face

Diran Valley

Day-trip to Khunjerab Pass & Pakistan-Chinese Border

Jeep tour to Shimshal Valley

Hunza – last days



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