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Mazar-E-Quaid, Karachi

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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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  • This is monument to the founder of Pakistan. He is buried here together with his sister and the first prime minister of Pakistan. It is very popular and gets busy. It is located in a massive park and....  more
    This is monument to the founder of Pakistan. He is buried here together with his sister and the first prime minister of Pakistan. It is very popular and gets busy. It is located in a massive park and....  more »
  • Not allowing to go in to the mazarin and not very well maintained at all. Very disappointed with the lack of cleaning and not allowing to go in the mazar e quaid 
    Not allowing to go in to the mazarin and not very well maintained at all. Very disappointed with the lack of cleaning and not allowing to go in the mazar e quaid  more »
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  • Bit cuntruction is going on because of metro route
  • It’s a beautiful historical site and a landmark that is a must visit when in Karachi. Unfortunately the museum was closed and we weren’t allowed to enter inside. Another issue is safety for women, be careful if you’re a woman from abroad as the environment/people may not be suitable. Aside from that the gardens were lovely and maintained and it’s a nice place for tourist photos. Will hope to visit again when I’m next in Karachi InshaAllah. :)

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