Pakistan Punjab Rohtas

Rohtas Fort

A 16th-century fortress located in Punjab, Pakistan, known for its massive defensive walls and blend of architectural styles.

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Rohtas Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the district of Rohtas in Punjab, Pakistan. This magnificent fort was constructed in the 16th century and served as a strategic military stronghold during various historical eras. It includes impressive architectural features such as gates, bastions, and stunning frescoes, and is a must-see for anyone interested in ancient history and architecture.

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  • World Heritage Sites in Asia

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    Across the vast, diverse continent of Asia, there are seemingly endless World Heritage Sites to explore. Visit the sparse atomic bomb dome in Hiroshima, or walk for hours along the towering Great Wall of China. From sprawling rustic temple grounds to ancient statues of civilizations past- here is a collection of some of the prominent World Heritage Sites in Asia.