10 Pakistani Cities Now and Then Pics

Written by Abdul Hadi
(Last Updated On: 06/08/2016)

The thirst of man for development and invention can never be fulfilled. That thing made him what he is today. From the stone age of thousands of years ago to the sky explorer of today, man has totally changed his life and the places where he is living. The discoveries and inventions that you are considering the biggest achievement of today maybe have no or little value after few years.

The man can’t hold any area of time. The day that will pass will become the past and that is coming is also on the waiting list to become history. Just imagine, how your surroundings looked when you were of the age of three to five? Those who are in the sixty of their lives can even imagine better about how Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad and many other famous cities, even their native cities, looked in the early 1970s. Each second we are moving towards development. Whatever the generation of today is seeing, maybe changed considerably in upcoming ten years or totally disappear from the scene and become the part of history only. Here we are presenting the list of famous Pakistani cities with their old and new pictures or you can say at before, during 1950 to 1990, and now.

  1. Islamabad – Parliament House Islamabad

  2. Karachi – Empress Market karachi

  3. Lahore – Punjab University Old Campus Lahore

  4. Rawalpindi – Old Fawara Chowk Rawalpindi

  5. Peshawar – Qissa Khawani Bazaar peshawar

  6. Quetta – Jinnah Road Quetts

  7. Multan – Mausoleum of Shah Rukne Alam multan

  8. Faisalabad – University of Agriculture Faisalabad

  9. Hyderabad – Civil Hospital Hyderabad

  10. Fort Munro – Dera Ghazi Khan Dera-ghazi-khan

About the author

Abdul Hadi

Author is a C.A and professional blogger who has been writing since ten years. He specializes on various topics including Business, Technology, News, and local reviews. Abdul graduated from Skans School of accountancy in 2014. He like to produce useful guides for local readers. He also writes for different newspapers and blogs. You can reach him on Facebook

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