This monumnet was built in the memories of 2nd Islamic Summit Conference held in Lahore Pakistan (February 22 - 24, 1974).
This conference was attended by great Muslim Leaders (country heads).
This is a great monument build in front of Wapda House and Provincial Assembly Building. It is near Lahore Zoo. This is historic place to visit.
A long imposing pillar or minar with all modern Islamic architectural features stads in the busiest square of Lahore on Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam. It commemorates the first Grand Islamic Summit Conference held at Lahore in 1974 and in which all heads of the Islamic world gathered to symbolise the Islamic unity and faith. There is a small exhibition gallery underneath, displaying antiquities from various Muslim countries. In the pavilions, a marble stand depicting the Holy Quran with gold engravings stands here.