British Architecture, Lahore

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  • Kim's Gun in front of NCA
    Kim's Gun in front of NCA
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  • Punjab Assembly Hall
    Punjab Assembly Hall
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    After the fall of Mughal Empire

    by lahoree Updated Feb 19, 2009

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    After the fall of Mughal Empire, Britain ruled the territories that now comprise of Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Burma for nearly 90 years until 1947. Along Mall Road in Lahore, there are several buildings from that time. Some of the renowned buildings are Punjab Assembly Hall, Lahore High Court, GPO, Lahore Museum, Punjab University, Tollington Market, Lahore Railway Station.

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    British Architecture

    by zeeshanrahat Updated Jul 1, 2003

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    In addition to the mughal architecture that adorns the city of Lahore, there is a good number of buildings having the beautiful British architecture. These include, but are not limited to, Government College Lahore, General Post Office, Saint Anthony's High School, Lahore Museum and many more.

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