Ghanta Ghar Multan

Chowk Ghanta Ghar, Multan

Ghanta Ghar Multan

Ghanta Ghar Multan or as called (Clock Tower Multan) is an old historical landmark tower, located in Chowk Ghanta Ghar, Multan, Pakistan. It was built in 1884 A.D, During the time of British Raj, and it has been completed in 4 years.

Clock Tower Multan is actually was a city government headquarter in past days, they need some place to run the city, that’s why, British government has decided to build ghanta ghar in Multan for office purpose. Similarly, this red brick building is as look stunning as it was in past days, this unique kind of red building is always be the center of attraction among visitors and others.

However, Multan weather has always hot in midsummer, and in winter its covered with cold and freeze specially in nights. So, visitors, whenever, wants to come at Multan to explore the travel places then come in winter season, and enjoy lots of historical spots and spend all day long with their family and friends.

From Multan city to Chowk Ghanta Ghar Multan, Takes distance to cover about 5.0 km or 18 min, and from Multan city to Multan international Airport takes distance to covered about 20.5 km or 36 min by car.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

Clock Tower Multan • گھنٹہ گھر‎

Established Built in 1884 A.D
Category

Tower

Rating
Location Chowk Ghanta Ghar, Multan
City / Town Multan
State Punjab
Country Pakistan
Address

Ghanta Ghar Multan, Chowk Ghanta Ghar, Multan

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 30.1990171468923 °N,    71.4686497202378 °E


Travelor Instructions

Ghanta Ghar Multan Visit Timings

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