Islamic Summit Minar

Mall Road, Lahore

Islamic Summit Minar

Islamic Summit Minar Lahore is an obelisk shape Monument & Museum, located in front of the Punjab Assembly and Wapda House on Mall Road, Punjab, Pakistan. It is the memorial of the Islamic Summit Conference, held in 1974 in Lahore and stone was laid on 22 February 1974.

This beautiful Islamic Summit Minar Lahore was constructed by National Construction Company Pakistan and was designed by a Turkish architect, Vadet Dalokey, who is the well-known famous designer of Faisal Mosque in Islamabad. Its design is unique, elegant and marvelous, its look stunning in night when printing words written in golden leaves sparks and attract lots of people whose hangout in the garden.

Similarly, Islamic Summit Minar Museum is appearing in the ground below, the unique unseen remarkable collection is including, Meeting Rooms, A Small Auditorium, Antiquities from various Muslim countries, and much more exciting item display for history lovers, Families, Tourists and visitors.

While in between the summit minar, a beautiful garden is located, where many families, living around people and other come to take a fresh look, lots of colorful flowers blooming around the minar, enhance the beauty of this memorable spot.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

Islamic Summit Minar Museum Lahore

Established Built in 22 February 1974
Category

Monument

Rating
NearBy Landmark Infront of Wapda House
Location Mall Road, Lahore
City / Town Lahore
State Punjab
Country Pakistan
Address

Islamic Summit Minar, Mall Road, Lahore

Contacts
Geo Coordinates 31.5604293281018 °N,    74.3250954151154 °E


Travelor Instructions

Islamic Summit Minar Lahore

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