Pakistan Has So Much Beauty to Offer... Take a Look
When we think of Pakistan, what comes to mind when one watches the media is terrorism, extremism, corruption, and inflation. Yet, despite all the issues, there are many beautiful spots this country has to offer.
Driving with strings attached - Don't try this at home!
This self proclaimed ' skating king of Pakistan ' has devised a new way to roller blade - he drives his motorcycle with tiny strings while dragging behind it on roller blades, the result is no less stunning than it is funny! Driving with strings attached - Don't try this at home!
There Is Much Behind the Beauty of Attabad Lake
When gazing at the serene beauty of Attabad Lake in Northern Pakistan you wouldn’t guess that the formation of this lovely sight is the result of a disaster. On January 4th, 2010 a massive landslide occurred in the remote Hunza Valley.
Marvel at the Tallest Mountains in the World
K2 (Karakoram Range, Pakistan & China) Height: 8611 meters (28,251 feet) First Ascent: 1955 Image: Flickr User SJoford 3. Kangchenjunga (Himalayas, Nepal & India) Height: 8586 meters (28,169 feet) First Ascent: 1956 Image: Flickr User Amit All fourteen mountains are still growing.
Scientists Found a Mold That Can Break Down Plastic Waste
Pakistan, neighboring India, and Bangladesh are three of the most polluted countries in the world. Every year, Pakistan generates about 48.5 million tons of solid waste, a substantial part of which is plastic, which is a problem since, as we all know, plastic takes a long time to decompose.
15 Ways Nature Can Surprise You!
Even more creepy - spiderweb covered trees in Pakistan. Huge clouds gathering over Beijing. An underwater forest inside Lake Kaindy. The lake of love - Lake Hillier, Australia. Submitted by user Yawter G. 15 Ways Nature Can Surprise You!
You Will Find Genuine Beauty in These 18 Photos of Nature
"Rati Gali Lake" by Maqsood Akhtar Location: Pakistan AGORA images/ Maqsood Akhtar 5. "The Horseshoe Bend Of Europe" by Henry Do Location: Moselle Bend, Germany AGORA images/ Henry Do 6. "Hoopoe Bird Family" by NAING TUN WIN BAGAN Location: Myanmar AGORA images/ NAING TUN WIN BAGAN 7.
The Amazing Color Festival!
I t is also observed by the minority Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan as well in countries with large Indic diaspora populations following Hinduism, such as Suriname, Malaysia, Guyana, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mauritius, and Fiji.
The Many Ways Nature Can Truly Surprise You...
Even more creepy - spider web covered trees in Pakistan. Huge clouds gathering over Beijing. An underwater forest inside Lake Kaindy. The lake of love - Lake Hillier, Australia. Submitted by user Yawter G.
50 Fascinating International Borders From Around the World
India and Pakistan border, visible from space 33. Canada-USA Border, 1000 Islands 34. USA and Canada source 35. Hadrian’s Wall Scotland - England (built because the Romans were afraid of the Scots). 36.
These Remarkable Ceilings Are a Different Kind of Art!
Grand Mosque of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran source 10) Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque, Shiraz, Iran source 11) Fatima Masumeh Shrine, Qom, Iran source 12) Al Soltan Qalawoon Mosque, Cairo Egypt source 13) Taj Mahal Mosque Ceiling source 14) Sheikh Lutf Allah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran source 15) Wazir Khan Mosque, Lahore, Pakistan
This Map Shows Every Known Nuclear Explosion Since 1945
India and Pakistan Source: Peter Artwood Areas adjacent to the border between India and Pakistan are considered some of the most dangerous and polluted nuclear sites, partly because both are quite densely populated.
What Major Cities Looked Like 100 Years Ago...
Karachi, Pakistan — circa 1890 19. Mexico City, Mexico — circa 1905 20. Johannesburg, South Africa — circa 1900 21. Moscow, Russia — 1914 22.
The Year's Best Aerial Photos!
Fuji, highest peak in Japan Greenland - Petermann Glacier, massive icebergs calve Nevada - Burning Man festival Jacobabad, Pakistan - flood, false color image (dark blue and black = water) New Mexico - Space Shuttle Endeavour atop a 747 Homs, Syria - pipeline fire London, UK - Olympic village Northern
We May Not Like Quarantines, But Nature Benefits Immensely
Islamabad, Pakistan ( Boredpanda ) The Up Side to the Lockdown That We All Can Appreciate nature, science, cities, design and photography, air pollution, decrease, covid-19, quarantine, lockdown, reduced With people staying in their homes and traffic essentially eradicated in most cities, these photos
An Inside Look at the Majesty and Wonder of the Himalayas
It is spread across China, Pakistan, India, Nepal, and Bhutan , ranging approximately 1.500 miles from end to end, and containing over 50 of the tallest mountains in the world, measuring over 23.000 feet.
These 11 Things Could Get You in a Lot of Trouble Abroad!
Celebrating Valentine’s Day Saudi Arabia and Pakistan banned Valentine’s Day because it’s not a Muslim tradition, and it focuses on love that’s not directed towards God. Valentine’s Day cards, any kind of advertisements, and internet memes are strictly prohibited and are punishable by imprisonment.
21 of the Most Fascinating International Borders in the World
India and Pakistan Source Source Source 4. Brazil (on the left) and Bolivia (on the right) The stark difference between a country that protects its rainforests and one that doesn't... 5.
December's Defining Moments Around the World
Very thick fog in Lahore, the capital of the Punjab province in Pakistan. It is reported that 11 people were killed and over 67 injured due to transportation accidents related to the heavy fog. In Augusta, Maine, an American Robin looks for food on a frozen tree.
17 of the World's Most Delightful Roads
Karakoram Highway, China/Pakistan The Karakoram Highway (KKH) is the highest paved international road in the world. It connects China and Pakistan across the Karakoram mountain range, through the Khunjerab Pass, at an elevation of 4,693 m/15,397 ft.
The Beauty of Asia: 17 Gorgeous Travel Guides
The Stunning Landscape of Pakistan Click Here to Read the Article Here are 10 stunning spots to visit in Pakistan, a beautiful landscape and plenty of breathtaking locations that will make you fall in love with this country.
The Guinness Records Broke in 2013!
Over 300 volunteers broke the Guinness World Record for planting mangroves in one day. 750,000 seedlings were planted in Pakistan. Climber receives a certificate of Guinness World Records, after being crowned as the first man who climbed Everest northern and southern part in one climate season.
Trivia Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Brazil?
While Brazil used to be the fifth biggest country population-wise, it was passed by Pakistan a few years back. The two countries are still very close in amount of population, with about a 10-20 million difference. Second Third Seventh Eighth Sixth Which of these dances are Brazilian in origin?
Different Stories Told Through Different Sets of Eyes...
Paraguay 9) Finding peace in the rain in Yangon, Myanmar/Burma 10) Robert De Niro in his screening room in Tribeca, New York, USA, 2010 11) Camel and oil fields, Kuwait, 1991 12) Portrait from Tagong, Tibet, 1999 (exhibition view at Villa Reale di Monza) 13) Portrait of a refugee taken in Balochistan, Pakistan