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    Visit To A Hill Station Love of adventure is natural to man. But the degree of love varies (‫ )مختلف ہے‬from person to person. Last Summer, our class decided to visit Murree. Murree is a beautiful hill-resort (24 ,)‫ پہاڑی صحت افزامقام‬kilometers away from Islamabad. Compiled by: HAFIZ ASHFAQ...
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    , Dunga Galli, Khairagalli and Changla Galli. Description: Murree is One of the most visiting hill station of Pakistan. For those who live downwards to it Murree is like a fantasy city. People from all over the country visit this beautiful hill resort to escape from the sweltering heat...
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  • Natural Beauty of Pakistan
    Dudipat Sar, Lake Lulu Sar, Babusar Pass and much more to do. 6. Murree Hills This is a summer hill station, summer resort and is sitated in Murree, the subdivision of Rawalpindi District. Murree was the summer capital of the British Raj in the Punjab Province. People from all over the...
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    spirits by relaxation and enjoyment. In other sense refreshment of one’s mind and body. Pakistan is a God gifted land. There are many breathtaking landscapes present in it. The land of Pakistan is known as the land of adventures and nature. Beside, Murree, there are many hill stations and resorts such...
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  • Harry
    than what meets the eye Bhurban Beyond layers of hills, robed with dense forests of oak and pine trees, Bhurban is the most famous hill station of Pakistan.Located at approximately 13 km from Murree Hills and two hours’ drive from Islamabad, it offers its visitors scenic splendor and adventure...
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  • My Dream House
    A visit for Bhurban A small hill station in Pakistan,Bhurban is located about 13 kilometers from Murree city. The place is full of greenery and a very exuberant range of colorful flowers and some very rare species of animals.It is one of the most visited places by business...
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  • Visit to Muree
    Murree Writers Murree - The Queen of Hills FIRST VISIT : APRIL 2005 Going to Murree was my dream which came true. It is more beautiful than I heard about it. Weather is totally changed from Islamabad. As I visited there in April. It was too...... 2 Murree, Greenery of Pakistan I've got some...
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  • Travel Agency
    A TRIP TO MURREE (By DESTINATION FUN TRAVEL AGENCY) “ We Book The Plans” We will be taking our trip to Murree. Date: 1st Jan – 5th Jan, 2012 Package Cost: Rs.60,000 About Murree: Murree is a hill station on the border between Punjab...
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  • Visit to Muree
    Adnan Rehmat Murree is probably Pakistan's favourite all-weather hill station. In the summers it gets crowded by people seeking to beat the heat of the plains. The cool scent of pines and the wheezing breeze feel like a soothing balm on tired sores. In the winters there's the same crowd but for a...
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  • Tourism
    traveling was transformed into Tourism. In the present age Tourism has developed into an industry because of the speedier and comfortable air travel and tourist bureau. There are many beautiful spots in Pakistan. There are hill stations and there are many historical buildings there are various...
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  • A Visit
    "The best part of the beauty is that which no picture can describe". My love of adventure is natural to me of course, the degree of love varies from person to person. My adventuresome one nature promoted me and a cousin of mine suggested to visit Murree Hills. Murree. a beautiful valley situated...
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  • Home Away from Home
    Rameez Aziz Dr. Hansell ENGL 1301 ----------------------------- “Is the flight delayed?” asked my mother as I was checking the status of our flight on the way to the airport. It was a rainy day and the traffic on the highway was unimaginable. We were going to Pakistan to visit family but...
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  • My Visit to Murre
    windows seemed to me most charming. I had never seen it before. I was an extra ordinary scene I was also over joyed. After five hours journey were reached Rawalpindi and made our way to Murree Hills. This was also an extremely interesting sight for me to watch the car go round and round the...
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  • Tourists Attractions in Islamabad
    will upload all the pictures and files related to this report on you-tube and on facebook. INTRODUCTION OF ISLAMABAD Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, is located at 33-40 degrees north latitude & 73-10 degrees east longitude against the backdrop of Margalla Hills at the northern edge of...
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  • Malik
    OPPORTUNITIES: ➢ They have the opportunity to expand their sweet products ➢ They can open more branches to get maximum market share ➢ They can open branches in northern areas of Pakistan. ➢ They can open temporary outlets in peak season in the hill stations like Murree, Naran...
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  • Pak Usa Relations
    the entire country. There was a time about two to three decades ago when the northern areas could boast of popular resorts such as Malam Jabba, Patriata, Swat, Kalaam, not to forget the hustle and bustle of Bhurban, Nathiagali and Murree Hills during the summer season. The rich cultural heritage of...
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  • Shimla the Hill Queen
    summer capital of the regional Government of the Punjab moved from Murree, in modern-day Pakistan, to Shimla in 1876. They were joined by many of the British wives and daughters of the men who remained on the plains. Together these formed Simla Society, which, according to Charles Allen,[4] "was as...
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  • Pollution
    pollution such as coal and oil power stations. There are also laws which make sure that the waste from the industries is being disposed off correctly and is not in any way harmful to the environment. However in Pakistan the pollution problems have been rising since it got its independence. Very few people...
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  • Comparative Study of Pakistan & Chinese Cultures
    : 22,810 Arts & science colleges: 798 Professional colleges: 161 Transport & Communication Railway stations: 781 Universities: 35 (10 in Private sector) Total length of roads: 228,206 km Pakistan Railway network: 8,775 km Pakistan International Airlines: Covers 55 international and 38 domestic...
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