Rohri

Sukkur District, Sindh, Pakistan

Rohri

Rohri City Sindh is famous for historical, and archeological sites, located in Sukkur District, Sindh, Pakistan. Its spread an area about 1319 km2 in land, and an elevation 62m. Mostly in Rohri city weather has become hot in summer, and in winter it's become cool with fog as well as cloudy weather which attracts visitors most.

In the meantime, for the tourists and visitors this city has memorable historical, archeological sites, some are Lansdowne Bridge, Sukkur Barrage, Tomb of Seven Sisters, Masoom Shah Jo Minaro, Ghanta Ghar, Lloyd Barrage Museum, Lab-e-Mehran, Sadhu Belo the or the most attractive part in Rohri is "Indus River" which is the most sightseeing features for visitors to enjoy as well as captured the beauty of river in their cameras as memorable purpose.

For the visitor's info, from Sukkur to Rohri distance covered 11.7km or 27min, from Khairpur to Rohri it takes time 24.3km or 37min by car, Hyderabad to Rohri 332km or 4hours 57min take by car to be reach, and from Sukkur to Karachi it takes to reach by car 457km or 6h 50min, approximately.


QUICK INFORMATION
Alias Names

روہڑی

Category

City

Rating
Highway Code N5
Location Sukkur District, Sindh, Pakistan
State Sindh
Country Pakistan
Address

Rohri, Sukkur District, Sindh, Pakistan

Geo Coordinates 27.675196 °N,    68.9003075000001 °E


Rohri Attractions

Rohri City Sindh Sukkur Around Attractive Spots

  • Indus River
  • Lansdowne Bridge
  • Sukkur Barrage
  • Tomb of Seven Sisters
  • Masoom Shah Jo Minaro
  • Ghanta Ghar
  • Lloyd Barrage Museum
  • Lab-e-Mehran
  • Sadhu Belo

Travelor Instructions

Rohri - Sukkur City Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours Open


Rohri Map




THINGS TO DO IN ROHRI


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