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Mazar-E-Quaid, Karachi

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Monument · Tourist Spot
Mazar-E-Quaid, the tomb of the founder of Pakistan, stands nobly in the center of a vast and tranquil landscaped garden. The pure white marble mausoleum to Quaid-e-Azam (Great Leader) Muhammad Ali Jinnah, completed in 1970 by architect Yahya Merchant, also provides the final resting place to Jinnah's sister, Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah (Mother of the Nation) and Pakistan's first prime minister, Liaquat Ali Khan. Check out the museum underneath the tomb to see personal belongings of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Expect to take your shoes off and do a bit of walking without them. Take a look at our Karachi travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Mazar-E-Quaid and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • The founder's death place where he's buried. A must-do thing if you are in Karachi. It's situated at numaish near sadder. There are multiple things to see.  more »
  • Its a lovely place. The museum inside is nice with air conditioning system. It has Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Tomb, Fatima Jinnah grave, begum Liyaqat Ali Khan's grave, Sardar Abdur...  more »
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  • The tomb surrounded by well dressed and well disciplined Pak army young men is just make your heart feel die for the love and sake of dear Homeland Pakistan. And the museum under this great tomb is just mesmerizing. The memories of the great leader, his furniture, his dresses, shoes, crockery, cars.. each and every thing reminds us how the great leader spend his life with simplicity and grace
  • If u want peace u must go there. But one thing about their security rules and regulations offended me. They are not allowing dslr cameras, bags at all. That's fine but they have to mention on their board. And one thing is that it's public place but these people made it business charging 30 Rs per person and 10 Rs for their shoes. I personally think it shouldn't be happen in this beautiful and peaceful place.

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