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This is the Real Picture of Beautiful Pakistan................... Waaaaaaaao

Pakistan – The Largest Land of Glaciers. 

Glaciers serve as a natural regulator of regional water supplies. Pakistan’s glaciers are spread over an area of about 16933 Km². 

Pakistan is a home of 108 peaks above 6000m, and numerous peaks above 5000 and 4000. Five of the 14 highest independent peaks in the world are here! 

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2:Lake Saiful Muluk, Pakistan. 


A fairy tale called Saiful Muluk, written by the famous sufi poet Mian Muhammad Bakhsh, is associated with the lake.

It is the story of prince of Persia who fell in love with a fairy princess at the lake.The impact of the lake beauty is of such extent that people believe that fairies come down to lake in full moon.
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3:K2 Base Camp, Pakistan. 
This is the Beautiful Pakistan
K2 Base Camp, Pakistan. 

An excellent itinerary with stunning views - the heart of Karakorum, and the mountains and towers, from Paiyuu peaks, Trango Towers, Musherbroom series, Ghoro peaks, then Faichan kangri [Broad Peak] and Chogori [K2]!

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4:The Baltoro Glacier, Pakistan. 

Small valley glaciers form icefalls where they meet the trunk glacier. The sidewalls vary from very steep to precipitous. The glacier has carved striations on the surrounding country rocks. Moving ice has formed depressions, which serve as basins for numerous glacial lakes.

The glacier can be approached via the important Balti town of Skardu. 

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6 Comments
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Anum Mehreen

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35 months ago
Anum Mehreen

Thank you Mr Muhammad Khalid ..................

35 months ago
Verakok

Excellent post! Thank you for sharing.

25 months ago
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