Jean Baptiste Clais, a curator at the Louvre Museum in Paris, visited the historic Lahore Fort this week to view the restoration being undertaken by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture.
Part of the fort, where structures built during Akbar’s era were situated, now has residences of fort’s staffers…
Lahore Fort is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Pakistan. The Lahore Fort was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981 and Tania Qureshi can claim that Lahore Fort is one of the astonishing structures of its kind in the world having the world’s largest picture wall and the majestic mirror palace.
As you enter the imperial Lahore Fort through the British era built Postern Gate, you will be astounded by the gigantic wall in front of you which is 1450 feet long and 50 feet high. So now, you can imagine the grandeur and majesty of this wall. This is the world’s largest mural Picture Wall inside the Lahore Fort, and it is situated right here in Lahore, Pakistan.
Read more from source: World’s largest picture wall – Daily Times
The country’s second city is a melting pot of history and culture with plenty of options for discerning foodies…
Read more from source: Pakistan: Legends of Lahore
Tourists visit Lahore Fort in eastern Pakistan’s Lahore on Jan. 24, 2015.