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Sukkur is the third largest city in Sindh province; Located at the bank of River Indus. Formerly Sukkur was named as Aror or Bakhar, but later given the name Sukkur which means superiority in Sindhi. The cultural spots and bazaars in Sukkur show how rich it is in Sindhi culture, and they are the most prominent attractions of the city. SUKKUR WEATHER
Sadh Belo is an island on Indus River very close to the city of Sukkur. There is a Hindu temple on the island which was…
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The largest group of factory sites is in the Rohri Hills in upper Sindh. The Rohri Hills would be better described as a dissected limestone…
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Lansdowne Bridge, the second longest cantilever bridge after Queen Ferry over first of fort, Scotland. It was constructed by West Wood Ballie & Co. inaugurated…
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The most important monument of Rohri lies on one of the little hills that rise out of the Indus river bank. This is generally known…
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OM Kanhiya Lal Cottage is a 6 Storied Building, embellished with wood work balconies and stone block. This was constructed by OM Kanhiya Lal a…
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It is a small island in River Indus located between the towns of Sukkur and Rohri. The island which is irregular in shape is about…
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