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    Lahore Museum

    The Lahore Museum, was originally established in 1865-66 on the site of the hall or building of the 1864 Punjab Exhibition and later shifted to its present site located on The Mall, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan in 1894.


    Mughal Museum

    Sityated at Poonch House, on Mutlan Road, it was established in 1950. It is an Industrial and commercial Museum, meant to depict country’s economic resources both in the form of raw products and worked objects.


    Shakir Ali Museum

    Shakir Ali Museum or Official Birthplace of Artist Shakir Ali was a family home museum in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The museum was inaugurated after the death of famous artist and painter Shakir Ali's death.


    Lok Virsa Museum

    Lok Virsa (Nation Institute of Folk Heritage), established in 1974 is a specialized organization with a mandate for field research, collection, cultural studies, oral traditions, folklore indigenous

    Pakistan Museum of Natural History

    The Pakistan Museum of Natural History has four divisions namely Botanical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Zoological Sciences and Public Services. The first three divisions are engaged in the collection, preservation, identification and research activities pertaining

    Archaeological Museum Moenjodaro

    Mohenjo-daro (Archaeological Ruins at Moenjodaro) is an archeological site in the province of Sindh, Pakistan. Built around 2500 BCE, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, and one of the world's earliest majorurban


    Archaeological Museum of Balochistan

    This small but well-kept Archaeological Museum of Balochistan, also known as Quetta Museum, is tucked away just east of Mizan Chowk. The galleries display figurines from Moenjodaro in Sindh province, pottery pieces from sites in Balochistan,


    Bannu Museum

    Bannu basin is connected to the Gomal Valley and is surrounded by hills and mountains. It is very strategically located between the Balochistan plateau, Central Asia, and the plains of the greater Indus Valley.


    Chitral Museum, Chitral

    Chitral a region of deep defiles, rugged mountains, flowing rivers and green valley is the most secluded region of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The region is known throughout the world for its rich cultural heritage and scenic beauty.


    City Museum Gorkhuttree Peshawar

    The archaeological site of Gorkhuttree is located at the heart of walled city of old Peshawar. It is the highest place in Peshawar having a huge deposit of the historic periods commencing from the Indo-Greeks or even earlier. The first excavations at this site were conducted in 1994-95


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