Kissa Khwani Bazaar
The Kissa Khwani Bazaar ‘Bazaar of The Story-tellers’ is a bazaar of Peshawar, inKhyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (then N.-W.F.) province Gazetteer traveller.
Warsak Dam is a mass concrete gravity dam located on the Kabul River approximately 20 km northwest of the city of Peshawar inKhyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Bala Hissar fort
Bala Hissar is one of the most historic places of Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,Pakistan. The word Bala Hissar is from Dari Persian, meaning, “elevated or high fort”.
The Jamrud Fort is located besides Bab-e-Khyber at the entrance to the Khyber Pass in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan.In October 1836, Jamrud was conquered from the Khyberis by the Sikhs.
Takht Bhai (or Takht Bahi)(or takh bay), rare known as (station) is a Parthian archaeological site in Mardan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It was first a Zoroastrian complex.
Mahabat Khan Mosque
The Mahabat Khan Mosque is a 17th-century mosque in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar Nawab Mahabat Khan.
The Khyber Pass (elevation: 1,070 m or 3,510 ft) is a mountain passconnecting Afghanistan and Pakistan, cutting through the northeastern part of the Spin Ghar mountains.
The Khyber train safari was a tourist train which ran between Peshawar and Landi Kotal through the Khyber Pass in Khyber Agency,Pakistan. The railway was closed in 2006.
Sphola stupa, of the second to fifth centuries, stands on the right of the road above the railway at the village of Zarai, 25 km from Jamrud. The stupa has a high hemispherical dome resting on a three-tiered square base.
Khyber train safari
The Khyber train safari was a tourist train which ran between Peshawar and Landi Kotal through the Khyber Pass in Khyber Agency,Pakistan. The railway was closed in 2006 due to washing away of railway track and bridges by flood.
Jamal Garhai is ancient Gandharan site located 13 kilometers from Mardan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in northern Pakistan. Jamal Garhi was a Buddhist monastery from the first until the fifth century AD at a time when Buddhism flourished in this part of theIndian subcontinent.