Lansdowne Bridge Rohri

Rohri, Sukkur, Sindh

Lansdowne Bridge Rohri

Lansdowne Bridge Sukkur-Rohri, is the only way to connect Rohri to Sukkur gradually, located on the Indus River, Sukkur, Sindh, Pakistan. The construction started in 1887 and was completed in 1889 under the best designer Alexander Meadows Rendel.

Lansdowne Bridge Sukkur has located underneath the long Indus River, as all knows, the beauty of the river attracts all the visitors, especially those who love to swim in the water, so that, when normally local people or others walking around the bridge, and suddenly seen underneath the river, where lots of fishes swimming, playing all around the river, gives them happy smile which is come from by heart on the faces of the visitors.

Moreover, whereas, Sukkur is a small city of Sindh, but its visiting places are mostly related to historical purpose. That's why, most of the time, visitors, come to gather more and more history stories from the Sukkur and Rohri city in a very professional way.

Many families, foreigners, tourist and visitors, come specially to view the mesmerizing design of Lansdowne Bridge Sukkur-Rohri, and spend some time to enjoy the beauty of Indus River waves, and took breathtaking fresh air in a conventional way.

Alias Names

لینس ڈاؤن پل روہڑی

Established Construction started in 1887 and was completed in 1889


Location Rohri, Sukkur, Sindh
City / Town Sukkur
State Sindh
Country Pakistan

Lansdowne Bridge Rohri, Sukkur

Geo Coordinates 27.694640649261 °N,    68.8886439800262 °E

Lansdowne Bridge Rohri Attractions

Lansdowne Bridge Sukkur-Rohri Around Attractive Places

  • Rohri City
  • Bukkur Island
  • Lab-e-Mehran Park
  • Tomb Of Seven Sisters Sukkur
  • Beautiful Indus River
  • Pakistan Navy Water Sports and Family Park

Travelor Instructions

Lansdowne Bridge Rohri-Sukkur Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours open

Lansdowne Bridge Rohri Map


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