Sialkot Sights and Landmarks Guide, Pakistan
Sialkot, Pakistan – Sights
Sialkot is wonderful city in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. It has a long history of traditions and culture. It borders Narowal and Jammu Kashmir. The beautiful climate and wonderful travel destinations have made it one of the best tourist spot in the province of Punjab. Some of the most popular sights and attractions in Sialkot include the following.
The Clock Tower
It is a wonderful landmark situated in sadder bazaar, Sialkot. The Clock tower can be viewed from different parts of the city. It is a great historical monument in Sialkot.
It is a well known cricket stadium is Sialkot. It hosts a large number of cricket tournaments throughout the year. It is a source of entertainment for sports lovers. It is situated on the Circular Road.
It is a great historical fort in Sialkot. Its history goes back to approximately 1800 years. It has served as a residence for monarchs and kings of different ages. Sialkot fort is one of the best tourist spot in Sialkot. Sialkot fort is located on the Fort Road.
It is a very famous cathedral in Sialkot. It is located in the cantonment area of Sialkot and its history goes back 150 years. It is one of the biggest worship places for the Christian community in Sialkot.
Sialkot is the biggest producer of sports goods, surgical instruments, garments, leather products and musical instruments. There are a hundreds of industries of various types. You can arrange a visit to the local manufacturing units in Sialkot.
Gulsan i Iqbal Park
It is a famous park situated in the heart of Sialkot. It features a big playground for children. It is regarded one of the best entertainment spots for the families.
It is another great park in Sialkot featuring playgrounds, water pools and a large number of trees that cover the whole park. A part of the Sialkot park also acts as a playground for animals and birds of different types. It is great amusement spot for children and families.
Iqbal Manzil (Birthplace of the famous poet Allama Iqbal) attracts a big crowd of tourists throughout the year. It features a small museum that displays the books, furniture, cloths and other objects used by Allama Iqbal.
It is a famous Sikh shrine in Sialkot. Sikhs from Pakistan, India and other parts of the world gather here every year to celebrate a festival.
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