|Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||9/30/05 12:21 PM|
"The city of lights"
Karachi is the largest city in Pakistan and the capital of the province of Sindh. A native of Karachi is known as a Karachiite.
Satellite Karachi Image
Karachi is the financial and commercial hub of Pakistan. The city is located on the Arabian Sea, northwest of the mouths of the Indus River. With a population of about 12 million, Karachi is one of the most populous cities in the world.
St. Patrick Cathedral
Karachi, located at latitude 24° 48´ N and longitude 66° 59´ E, is nicknamed "The City of Lights" in Pakistan. In a period of 50 years, Karachi has transformed itself from a small coastal village into a megapolitan city harboring a diverse mix of regional cultures. It is the business and technological hub of Pakistan. It has the highest literacy rate and the most prestigious educational institutions in the country. The Arabian Sea lies to the south, and the Malir and Indus Rivers to the east of the city. The Lyari River runs through the city's northern areas.
Geography and Demographics
Karachi is mostly made up of flat or rolling plains with hills on the western and northern boundaries of the urban sprawl. Two rivers pass through the city: the Malir River (north east to centre) and the Liyari River (north to south). Many other smaller rivers pass through the city as well with general drainage being from the western and northern areas towards the south. The Karachi harbour is a protected bay to the south west of the city. The harbour is protected from storms by Keamari Island, Manora Island and Oyster Rocks, which together block the greater part of the harbour entrance in the west. The southern limit of the city is the Arabian Sea and forms a chain of warm water beaches that are rich in natural beauty.
Karachi At Night
Karachi is located on the coast and as a result has a relatively mild climate. The level of precipitation is low for most of the year. However, due to the city's proximity to the sea, humidity levels usually remain high throughout the year. The city enjoys mild winters and very warm summers. Karachi also receives the tail end of the monsoon rains. July and November are the best time to visit Karachi.
The area that now consists of Karachi was originally a group of small villages including Kalachi-jo-Kun or just Kolachi and the fort of Manora. Any history of Karachi prior to the 19th century is sketchy. It is said that the city called Krokola from which one of Alexander the Great's admirals sailed at the end of his conquests was the same as Karachi. When Muhammad bin Qasim came to India in the year 712 he captured the city of Debul. It has been said that Debal was the ancestral village of present day Karachi. However, this has neither been proven or disproven.
It was in 1729 that Kolachi-jo-Goth was transformed from a fishing village to a trading post when it was selected as a port for trade with Muscat and Bahrain. In the following years a fort was built and cannons brought in from Muscat were mounted on it. The fort had two doorways, one facing the sea called the Khara Darwaza or Brackish Gate and one facing the River Lyari called the Meetha Darwaza or Sweet Gate. Currently, the site of those gates corresponds to the location of the neighbourhoods of Kharadar and Meethadar. In 1795 the city passed from the Khan of Kalat to the Talpur rulers of Sindh.
Karachi gained in position as port which led to its importance being recognised by the British, and consequently led to the conquering of the town on the 3rd of February 1839. Three years later, it was annexed into British India as a district. The British recognized the importance of Karachi as a natural harbor and port for the produce of the Indus basin, and the city was rapidly developed into a bustling port city. A famous quote about Karachi attributed to Charles Napier is "Would that I could come again to see you in your grandeur!". Napier's quote proved almost prophetic as it was under the British raj that Karachi would grow rapily as its harbour was developed. When the Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar declared the War of Independence in 1857, the 21st Native Infantry stationed in Karachi declared allegiance to the Emperor and joined the cause of the War on the 10th of September 1857. The uprising though, was defeated by the British who were able to quickly reassert their control over Karachi.
In 1876, the founder of Pakistan Muhammed Ali Jinnah was born in the city, and he would later be buried there. By this time Karachi was a developed city with railroads, churches, paved streets, courts and many commercial centres as well as a magnificent harbour built by the British. Many of the buildings were built in classical British colonial style, contrasting significantly with the "Mughal Gothic" of Lahore. Many of these old buildings exist today and provide interesting destinations for visitors.
Karachi continued to grow in size as well as importance due to its position as a major port. A railroad connected Karachi to the rest of British India in the 1880s. Population grew from 73,500 (1881), to 105,199 (1891), to 115,407 (1901) (Britannica 1911 ed.). In 1899 Karachi was said to be the largest wheat exporting port in the East (Feldman 1970:57). In 1911 when the capital was shifted to Delhi, Karachi became closer to being a Gateway to India. Karachi was declared the capital of the newly formed Sindh province in 1936, chosen over the traditional capital of Hyderabad.
In 1947, Karachi was made the capital of the new nation of Pakistan. At that time Karachi was a city of only 400,000 people, and its growth accelerated as a result of its new status. Being the capital, Karachi became a focal point for the new nation and this added to its status as a cultural centre in this part of the world. Although the capital later moved to Rawalpindi and then Islamabad, Karachi remains the economic centre of Pakistan, accounting for a large portion of the GNP of the nation and a large chunk of the nation's white collar workers.
In the last 20 years, Karachi has continued to grow, passing the ten million mark. The current economic boom in Pakistan has created a sudden growth spurt in Karachi as jobs and infrastructure projects are increasing with time.
Hasan Square (city govt. offices)Karachi as a city is governed by the City District Government of Karachi (CDGK). The CDGK has an elected city council that looks after the working of the CDGK.
The city district of Karachi is divided into eighteen towns each with its own council and Nazim. These towns are:
The current city government format was introduced in the year 2000.
The population of Karachi according to the official census results:
Karachi's current population is estimated to be about 15 million. A much larger figure than it was in 1947 (400,000). The city's population is currently growning at about 5% per year. Currently, Karachi is counted as one of the largest mega cities of the world.
The breakup of Karachi's population is as follows: Males form 53.7% of Karachiites. 37.6% of which are under the age of 15. 4.4% are older than 50. 22.1% of the city's population are migrants from other places.
According the census the linguistic breakup of the city is as follows. Urdu 48.52%; Punjabi 13.94%; Sindhi 7.22%; Pushto 11.42%; Balochi 4.34%; Seraiki 2.11%; Others 12.4%. The others include Gujarati, Brahui and Bengali.
According to the census the religious breakup of the city is as follows. Muslim 96.49%; Christian 2.35%; Hindu 0.83%; Qadiani 0.17%; Others 0.13%. The others include Parsis and Buddhists.
II Chundrigar RoadKarachi is the financial capital of Pakistan. It accounts for the lion's share of Pakistan's GDP. The city is said to contribute about 70 percent of the national revenues. It is also home to the largest stock exchange of Pakistan: the Karachi Stock Exchange. Karachi Stock Exchange was the best performing stock market in the world in early 2005. This boost helped Pakistan achieve its ambitious goal of over 8% GDP growth which is highest in Asia after China. Most Pakistani banks have their headquarters in Karachi. Most of these are located on the I.I.Chundrigar Road. The headquarters of nearly all the MNCs (multi-national companies) based in Pakistan are in Karachi. Most Pakistani corporations are headquartered in Karachi as well.
The recent trend of outsourcing and call centers setup is also visible in Karachi as well. Call Centers for foreign companies are created everyday. Pakistan is also betting on the Software Export market. The government has reduced tax by as much as 80% (compared to India and China) to lure foreign investments in the IT sector. Each year atleast 2000 IT students graduate from the NED University of Engineering and Technology, NUST FAST, and Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, the best IT institutions in Karachi among many other small ones.
A large expo center has also been set up in Karachi and is now available to host many regional and International exhibitions.
Karachi also has a huge industrial base. There are large industrial estates on most of the fringes of the main city. The main industries are textiles, pharmaceuticals, steel, and automobiles. Apart from this there are many cottage industries in the city as well. Karachi is also known as software outsourcing hub of Pakistan.
Currently, the Karachi Port is the only large port in Pakistan, and is central to all shipping in Pakistan. The airport of Karachi, Quaid-e-Azam International Airport is also the largest airport in Pakistan and the hub of most airlines. For years it served as the gateway to Asia with all major airlines operating from the Airport. The airport serves a potential to act as the major logistic hub for the sub-continent.
Karachi Port Trust
World's tallest fountain
Karachi is the nerve centre of Pakistan's economy. The economic stagnation due to ethnic strife in the 80s & 90s led to mass efflux of industry from Karachi but led to the economic stagnation of the country despite a revival and economic boom in the up country. Has a well developed Free Zone with growth rate of nearly 15% year on year.
In the early 1960s, Karachi was seen as a model of economic development around the world, and there was much praise for the way its economy was progressing. Many countries sought to emulate Pakistan's economic planning strategy and one of them, South Korea, copied its Second Five Year Plan, 1960-65, not just that, World financial center in Seoul was designed and modelled after Karachi. And while in the early 1960s the per capita income of Pakistan was more or equal to Korea, the latter ended up among the more developed of the developing countries, with a GDP per capita greater than $8,000 today.
Kemari flyoverThe city has a modern international airport called the Quaid-e-Azam International Airport, the premier portal and Pakistan's busiest airport. The city's old airport terminals are now used for Hajj flights, cargo facilities, and ceremonial visits from heads of state. U.S. Coalition forces used the old terminals for their logistic supply operations as well. Apart from this, the city also has two other airstrips used primarily by the armed forces.
Karachi also has the current largest shipping port in Pakistan. This sea-port has modern facilities and not only handles trade for Pakistan, but also serves as a port for Afghanistan and the land-locked Central Asian countries. Karachi port is not used for passenger traffic as a regular service.
Karachi is linked via railway to the rest of the country. The Karachi City Station and Karachi Cantt Station are the city's two major railway stations. This railway system handles a large amount of freight to and from the Karachi port apart from providing passenger services to people travelling up country. Karachi also has a circular railway system that is planned to be extended to play a part in the city's mass transit.
Currently, commuter traffic is handled primarily by motorists and minibuses, but there are plans to construct a light-rail based mass transit system in the city to decongest the roads and provide quick service to commuters.
Aga Khan University hospitalKarachi has the highest literacy rate, and the highest number of universities and colleges, of any of Pakistan's other cities. The city is well-known for its young student population, who flock from all parts of Pakistan and different parts of the world. Most universities of Karachi are considered to be the premier educational institutions of Pakistan and the World, and hence the admission process is intensely competitive with only the brightest and talented making their way into Aga Khan University, University of Karachi, Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, Institude of Business Administration, Textile Institute Of Pakistan,Mohammad Ali Jinnah University,IBM, Dow University of Health Sciences, N.E.D. University and Dawood College of Engineering.
Sites of interest
Beaches and Waterfront
The Mohatta Palace Museum
French beach, KarachiThe Clifton beach in Karachi is one of the longest city beaches in the world. Althought it suffered a recent oil spill disaster, the beach has been cleaned and has floodlights installed for night-time visitors. There are also a lot of other excellent beaches near the city such as Sandspit, Hawke's Bay, the French Beach, Russian beach and Paradise Point (a sandstone rock promotory with a natural arch) that are frequented by visitors. The imagery is colorful, wholesome, and teeming with flocks of people on weekends.
Karachi is scattered with a lot of big and small markets. Karachities are avid shoppers which can be seen from the crowds of people these markets attract every evening. Tariq Road is one the most famous market areas in the city. You can find all sorts of clothing, garments, and beautiful fabrics over here apart from a number of other items. The Saddar area in downtown Karachi is also home to countless big and small markets dealing from everyday household items to clothing and fabrics to electronics. The Empress Market is a large victorian era market, which is home to wholesellers of spices and other items. Karachi also has a number of large modern malls, of which the Park Towers, The Forum, Millenium mall and Dolmen Mall are notables.
Currently, President Musharraf has launched the Tameer-e-Karachi (Build Karachi) program that included construction of a lot of bridges, flyovers, and bypasses, as well as other major projects to correct the city's infrastructure problems. The outgoing City government had signed a memorandum in the year 2005 with a foreign company to construct a 14 kilometers long track of magnetic train.
Karachi is a city with a cool breeze because of its location close to the Arabian Sea, which is why the pollution levels in the city are not very high.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Violex||11/14/05 1:18 AM|
Do you know where is Pilot School in Nazimabad near Abbasi Shaheed Hospital? What about Liberty Cinema? I have not been to Pakistan in 17 years but this is where I grew up but I cannot seem to find it on the map now. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||11/16/05 6:05 PM|
Its NOT a mosque. Its the old State Bank of Pakistan building.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||11/16/05 6:26 PM|
"Pakistan Post Office" is actually Metropole Hotel
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||11/16/05 7:13 PM|
have youplaced even ONE marker in its correct plae???
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||ramizq1||11/18/05 2:31 AM|
Woah. Highly impressive work. I am glad to see some of my placemarks finally being listed in the software + This one makes GE fly!
and I was away for over a month, internet problems.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||11/18/05 9:37 AM|
For all the "Circutious" you have listed in your misleading placemarkers, I think you meant "circuitous". Didn' you.
I strobgly recommend that you REMOVE all your place marks (If it can be done) and research and correct them before uploading again.
Most of your placemarks are off by dozend of mile which makes them as useless as your effort.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||11/18/05 9:47 AM|
What you list as Naval maritime museum...Man are you real??? Do you even know WHERE Karachi is???
Its IED of Aga Khan University, in Karimabad Karachi.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||11/18/05 9:53 AM|
Did you notice that what you mark as "Sakhi Hassan graveyard Mosque" is right next to Sohrab Goth roundabout? And that the graveyard itsel is atleat 15 miles north of it??
DO humanity a favor and remove your placemarks.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||11/18/05 10:45 AM|
Friend i dont know which file (kmz) you have downloaded. As far as your replies are concerned I have rechecked all the place marks I’ve made and I think all of them are rightly marked. since karachi is my hometown and its been 23 beautiful years in this beautiful city.
i am placing the pointer values of places you think are wrong. Kindly check that if you are viewing these places on the pointer values. I am also updating one of my mistake and that is of spelling “Circuitous” instead of Circuitious.
Naval Maritime Museum
24'52'43.66 N 67'05'44.11 E
(Naval Maritime Museum is in Karsaz Area. You say that i have placed it in Karimabad which is very far away. even i live near Karimabad so how i can i do this blunder mistake.)
Karimabad is at 24"55"05.77 N 67"03.15.92 E
Please tell me which specific mosque is placed wrong. Cos I have marked about 50 mosques in the kmz file. Please give me co-ordinates.
Pakistan Post Office
24’51’0252 N 67’00’46.00 E
Pakistan Post Office GPO is near AWT Plaza on I.I. Chundrigar Road. You said I’ve mismatched with Metropole Hotel which is at 24’51’03 N 67’01’52 E
Sakhi Hasan Graveyard
Sakhi Hasan graveyard is next after Sakhi Hasan Circuitous. Its co-ordinates are
24’57’30 N 67’03’17
How can I place it near Sohrab Goth which is at.
24’56’38 N 67’05’04 E
Please if you think that these placemarks are wrong then reply with correct (according to you) co-ordinates.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||AsadR||11/22/05 5:11 AM|
why does this thread have such a high rating, most of the placemarks are wrong.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||11/23/05 9:19 AM|
Look check if u r viewing GE on screen resolution 1024 by 768 ..
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Asadullah||11/26/05 5:27 PM|
Better think twice before writing stupid things......Xaidi is absuluty correct......for information ..... Sakihasan graveyard is abt 4 Km from Sohrab Goth........
Thanks a million Xiadi.....its detailed....
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Asadullah||11/26/05 5:38 PM|
This is piolet school, since my friend is living in front of this school, so I can say confidently that this is piolet school.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Asadullah||11/26/05 5:40 PM|
forgot the place mark.....
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||11/29/05 2:59 AM|
I've added ur post of PILOT School in the main Karachi Post. Thanks for the support..
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||12/8/05 9:18 AM|
Sakhi Hasan graveyard is next after Sakhi Hasan Circuitous.Sohrab Goth is at.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||12/8/05 9:19 AM|
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||12/8/05 9:21 AM|
Pakistan Post OfficeFriend, for your information there is a Post Office just right to Metropole Hotel also.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||12/8/05 9:23 AM|
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||12/8/05 9:24 AM|
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||umar0cks||1/24/06 4:16 AM|
Excellent work there ... How about addnig "Steel Mill" as well.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||2/11/06 11:27 AM|
Hi everyone. I have updated the Karachi kmz.
Some new posts are added and some modifications are also made.
Please rate the kmz also..
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||2/25/06 7:44 PM|
Please fix your place mark for Liaquat National Library. It's currently placed at 24" 53' 01.56 N 67" 03' 21.33 E. Whereas it's truly located at 24"53' 18.99 E 67" 03' 55.96 E, a little over half mile (straight line distance) from your marker. Somebody by the name of Iqbal Khan has already placed a marker there.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||2/26/06 1:53 AM|
Liaquat Library place mark has been corrected.
Thanks for pointing
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||2/26/06 3:14 PM|
Thanks for the effort, but the marker still shows in the old place. Is it because of my cache file?
Deleted my chache and reloaded. Nope, the marker doesnt move.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||3/1/06 5:30 AM|
I think the Google Earth Server needs to update that. and they do it periodically.
if you download the latest kmz and open it then it will not show wrong mark.
|Re: #1 Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||3/4/06 8:50 AM|
Marker at 24, 51 and 67, 00. Its Denso "Hall" not Denso Wall
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||3/4/06 8:53 AM|
I never downloaded your file. I see only what has been published on Google community uunder your name.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||3/4/06 8:57 AM|
Yes I see them crrected now. Eariler both markers were WAY off. Thanks!
I am not sure if it was really your fault, I cannot say with 100% certainity but it seems that Google Earth sometimes screw up at least some markers.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||3/4/06 9:32 AM|
The cooridinates you give for Hotel Metropole are about correct, but your marker labelled "Pakistan Post Office" (and I will assume you mean the GPO) is placed at 24"51'01.13 N and 67"01'49.35 E, right on TOP OF Metropole.
I am sorry if it offends you but I am only stating only what I see. Look at it this way way. If I placed a marker on UniTower and called it Habib Bank Plaza it wouldnt be correct. Althoiught the two buildings are practically next to each other and the coordinates will differ by only 1/10 of a deciimal but calling a UniTower HBB will still not be correct.
I am not aware but i beleive you when you say that there is a post office next to Metropole, but the land mark is known to city residents as the hotel and not the tiny post office close to it.
I hope I was able to make my point clear.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||3/7/06 9:33 AM|
No your replies or any one's does not offend me at all. Indeed i appreciate any suggestion or correction.
Abt the post office placemark, tomorrow i will visit the place and see for my self is their any post office at all or not. And if it is placed wrong then i will correct it.
|Re: #1 Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karach||Shoaib_Ghory||3/8/06 11:02 PM|
I have seen that xaidi has placed a lot of placemarks. It is good to see that people are doing some thing good. I have just started to check the placemarks and have found some are way out of the mark. Here are a few examples .
24 51 01 N 67 02 31 E is marked as Kidney centre which it is not , they are bungalows of a housing scheme. The kidney centre is at 24 51 00 N 67 02 37E
24 51 14 N 67 02 27 E is marked as National institute of child(NICH) is basically Boys hostel for Sind medical college. The NICH is at 24 51 13 N 67 02 30 E. Although it is just next to the hostel still it is not correct.
I hope that these mistakes are not due to something wrong with my google earth software as the place marks i have placed seem to stay where i put them. I also hope that accuracy of the placemarks is kept in mind.
It is still good to see that people have interest in their city.
|Re: #1 Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karach||Shoaib_Ghory||3/9/06 1:48 AM|
I looked at the placemarks in some more detail and sorry to say that there are mistakes all over. Some of the mistakes are too much like marking Dow medical college which actually is quite a distance from your place mark. Here are few examples. I hope you see it as genuine effort to correct the mistakes and nothing personal.
24 51 52N 67 01 25 E marked Cinema infact it is Gul Plaza (shopping centre)(marked correctly by S.Shezad Khursheed.)
24 51 50 N 67 01 25 E Karachi Adventist(former 7 day) in fact it is at 24 51 59 N 67 01 40 E.
24 51 21 N 67 00 21 E Dow medical college, the correct co ordinates are 24 51 27 N 67 00 39 E( shaped like a reverse E). Another pointer(24 51 28 N 67 00 42 E) is the Khaliq dina Hall just for correct reference. The building you have marked as Dow medical college is just behind the city court, i don’t remember correctly whether it is a part of the city court or not.
24 51 06N 67 01 08 E marked as Mosque by Xaidi and National Museum by Ramiqz1 is in fact neither. This building belongs to some government department(which i don't remember at the moment). The mosque is in the vicinity at 24 51 04 N 67 01 08 E. National Museum is at 24 51 09 N 67 01 04 E.
These are a few of the mistakes that i have looked at. Still other mistakes by other people are waiting to be corrected. I have tried my best to be as accurate as possible however if you think i am mistaken do say so with the correct co ordinates.
It is good to be enthusiastic but please confirm what you mark as people from other places get the wrong information.
|Re: #1 Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karach||Xaidi||3/9/06 11:21 AM|
|Re: #1 Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karach||Saraab||3/16/06 7:19 PM|
I think that you changed the location of Kidney center at the right spot but somehow its still appearing at the incorrect locaiton. Please note that the kidney centre is at 24 51 00 N 67 02 37E
|Re: #1 Karachi 550+Important Locations in Karachi||Xaidi||3/26/06 12:27 PM|
kmz updated wth some new placemarks and some correction.
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||Confounder||4/17/06 8:03 AM|
Xaidi, the hospital near Comprehensive school that you have labelled as Wahab hospital. Is the name really 'Wahab' or 'Wahaj'??? I also beleive their is word 'memorial' in its name.
|Re: Northern Pakistan - highly detailed||Waqas_||5/18/06 4:56 PM|
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|Re: Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karachi||akber3_16||6/2/06 10:13 AM|
i had a job interview at baumont plaza, i searched every where on the web but finally i got there asking from people on the road.
Well it is on the road which is parallel to the club road, and behind PIDC, next to Sheikh Zayed building, where MCB has its offices
24"50'41.65" N 67"01'27.21" E
check it out
|Re: Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karachi||Kamran_Yousuf||6/8/06 4:01 PM|
Is these positions taken and verfied with a GPS? /Kamran Yousuf
|Collection of Pakistan placemarks||Waqas_||6/13/06 2:56 AM|
Assalam o Alaikum,
I'm compiling a list of some collections of placemarks of Pakistan here:
If you find any other threads not mentioned there, please let me know.
|Does anyone know Block G in North Nazimabad?||strom22||5/19/07 8:18 PM|
Does anyone know where "Ali Daulat Apartments" or "Al-Yousuf Apartments" in Block G, North Nazimabad, is located? I've been looking for it for quite some time now on Google Earth and I think I've narrowed it down to a certain area but I'm not entirely sure if I'm correct. If someone could help me with this by uploading a placemark, I would much appreciate it. Thanks.
|Re: Karachi 550+ Important Locations in Karachi||syedaleyali||11/5/07 3:16 AM|
Can any buddy guide me for Karachi Street map define in google earth
|Re: 1 Karachi 550 + Important Locations in Karachi||umarazmat||4/27/10 10:11 PM|
updation of Karachi is needed, please.