Pakka Qila

Pacco Qillo Road, Hyderabad, Sindh

Pakka Qila

Pakka Qila Hyderabad or (Pacco Qillo), is an old and historical Fort, located in Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. Fort was constructed in the year of 1768, by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro, now some days, it's become one of the platform usages for military garrison.

Pacco Qillo Hyderabad is well known and one of the greatest monuments of Sindhi heritage, it still in good condition between Hyderabad city. When you cross other road to Hyderabad, you can see the huge fort Pakka Qilla or Pacco Qillo walls around it. It has surround many residential areas to be located, and then go ahead, can found the biggest qasimabad graveyard, standing beside it, can also be in your eyes the Pakka Qilla in front of it.

Pakka Qilla Hyderabad fort has unique in shape as compare among others forts, there rectangle shape, long, tall walls with red bricks make this fort unique then others. The area of the fort spread around 30 acres of land.

Moreover, when look at the Hyderabad city culture, it has its own style of living in Sindhi way, most of the people are Sindhi, there spoken language is Sindhi, which is also very unique and popular language, there living people are very kind and helpful in front of others. Hyderabad city has many other historical spots located around which will become this city more interesting among tourist and visitors.

Alias Names

Pacco Qillo Hyderabad • Royal Fort Hyderabad • پكا قلعه‎

Established Built in 1768


Location Pacco Qillo Road, Hyderabad, Sindh
City / Town Hyderabad
State Sindh
Country Pakistan

Pakka Qila, Pacco Qillo Road, Hyderabad

Geo Coordinates 25.3875736384288 °N,    68.3769536018372 °E

Travelor Instructions

(Pacco Qillo) Pakka Qila Hyderabad Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours Open

Pakka Qila Map


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