Seaport city of Pakistan
is the largest city, main seaport and the main financial centre of
Pakistan, and the capital of the province of Sindh. With an estimated
population between 13 millionand 15 million, Karachi is one of the world's
largest cities in terms of population, the 13th largest urban
agglomeration, and the 4th largest metropolitan area in the world. It is
Pakistan's premier centre of banking, industry, and trade and is home to
Pakistan's largest corporations, including those involved in textiles,
shipping, automotive industry, entertainment, the arts, fashion,
advertising, publishing, software development and medical research. The
city is a major hub of higher education in South Asia and the wider
Islamic world.ough most of the wall is gone, some gates are still there.
Karachi is a an extremely busy city and transport is available 24 hours a day 365 days a year. one of Pakistan's most accessible cities and the only city in the
country where one can find public and private transportation 24 hours a
day and 7 days a week.
Malir River Bridge of Karachi
Malir River Bridge is the largest bridge of Pakistan which spans
over 5,000 metres (5 Kilometer). This bridge was inaugurated by Governor
of Sindh Dr Ishrat ul Ibad on Wednesday 4 February 2009.
The cost of the
bridge is PKR 1.2 billion or USD 14 million funded by the Government of
Pakistan. The bridge has shortened the distance by 28 kilometres (17 mi)
for the residents of Korangi, Landhi and Shah Faisal towns.
, intended to ensure efficient and speedy movement of freight and
passengers, to alleviate traffic flow problems, and to boost the city's
potential for industrial development.
Lahore Karachi is
located on the coastal area of Pakistan, Karachi tends to have a warm,
tropical/arid climate with low average precipitation levels (approx. 250
mm (9.8 in) per annum), the bulk of which occurs during the July–August
monsoon season. Winters are mild and dry, while the summers are hot and
Quaid e Azam Mausoleum:
Quaid e Azam
Mausoleum was constructed in Karachi referes to the tomb of the founder of
Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.