The Faislabad city (The industrial hub)

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A Vlog From Faisalabad: A Tour To The City Of My Dreams

Faisalabad, previously called “Lyallpur”, is the third-most-populous city in Pakistan. Moreover, it is the second-largest in the eastern province of Punjab. If we look at its history, we are aware that it was one of the first planned cities within British India. It has long back developed into a cosmopolitan metropolis. Certainly, Faisalabad was restructured into city district status and a devolution publicized by the 2001 local government ordinance (LGO). Faisalabad District has 5,856 km2 (2,261 sq mi) total area, whereas the area controlled by the Faisalabad Development Authority (FDA) is 1,280 km2 (490 sq mi).

Despite all things, it is the best place to visit as it has many tourists' spots. Therefore, it is also called the "Manchester of Pakistan." Moreover, if we talk about Faisalabad weather, it is hot in summer but cools down due to weekly rain. Besides, Faisalabad is also famous as an industrial city of Pakistan due to the city's large number of textile mills.

In addition to this is the combination of modern and historic delight places that we will discuss in this Faisalabad Vlog. On the other hand, there is much more to see in Faisalabad that grabs the attention of tourists, and they will love it. Here are some of the famous tourists' spots of Faisalabad you should visit. 

>Lyallpur Museum

Lyallpur Museum, named after the old name of the City Faisalabad, is located near to the Allama Iqbal Library on University Road. Undoubtedly, this museum is one of the top leading inheritance museums and is a lovely place to visit. Besides, this Faisalabad Lyallpur Museum consists of ten distinct galleries. In these galleries, all things are portrayed in order. These galleries are the exposure gallery, Mughal to British legacy gallery, Chenab colony gallery, etc. Various Faisalabad Schools arranged the students' study tour here. Moreover, this legacy museum is open to the public. The museum primarily focuses on provincial history with a collection of artwork, artefacts and photographs.

Clock Tower

The Clock Tower, commonly known as "Ghanta Ghar" in Urdu and translated into "Hour House" in English, is one of the oldest and most prominent monuments of Faisalabad. It is a historical place you should visit on the tour of Faisalabad that is still standing in its original state since the British Raj. The best part of the building is it is located in the centre of the eight markets, which seems like theUnion Jack flag of the United Kingdom from a bird's eye view. 

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Auditorium

Above all, if you are a music lover, you should visit the Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Auditorium Faisalabad. After whose name this Auditorium was built, this city had shown a remarkable talent to the music industry named Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Doubtlessly, he was the most famous qawwali singer globally, with his distinctive style. This Auditorium was built as a memory to show Nusrat Fateh Ali khan's incredible work in the music industry. Besides, this Auditorium is a public building where people sit, separate from the stage. Moreover, the Auditorium walls and ceiling normally include invisible light and soundproofing, as well as a Nemo enim ipsam voluptatem quia voluptas sit aspernatur aut odit aut fugit, sed quia magni dolores eos qui ratione voluptatem sequi nesciunt. Neque porro quisquam est, qui dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit, sed quia non numquam eius modi tempora incidunt ut labore et dolore magnam aliquam quaerat voluptatem.

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etc. Various Faisalabad Schools arranged the students' study tour here. Moreover, this legacy museum is open to the public. The museum primarily focuses on provincial history with a collection of artwork, artefacts and photographs.

Clock Tower

The Clock Tower, commonly known as "Ghanta Ghar" in Urdu and translated into "Hour House" in English, is one of the oldest and most prominent monuments of Faisalabad. It is a historical place you should visit on the tour of Faisalabad that is still standing in its original state since the British Raj. The best part of the building is it is located in the centre of the eight markets, which seems like theUnion Jack flag of the United Kingdom from a bird's eye view. 

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Auditorium

Above all, if you are a music lover, you should visit the Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Auditorium Faisalabad. After whose name this Auditorium was built, this city had shown a remarkable talent to the music industry named Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Doubtlessly, he was the most famous qawwali singer globally, with his distinctive style. This Auditorium was built as a memory to show Nusrat Fateh Ali khan's incredible work in the music industry. Besides, this Auditorium is a public building where people sit, separate from the stage. Moreover, the Auditorium walls and ceiling normally include invisible light and soundproofing, as well as air sections or straits, and maybe ornately designed. Additionally, this Auditorium has a 5500 people seating capacity for each event hosted there.

Gumti Fountain

In Faisalabad, the Gumti Water Fountain is a memorial maintained from the British Raj period. It was constructed during the earlier nineteenth century. It was a place where the general meetings were held of the city folk for local town meetings. Eventually, the design still exists today and has been turned into a roundabout for traffic, with the water fountain still working at the centre. This place still has the charm to grab the attention of visitors. 

Gatwala Forest Park

Faisalabad has many parks from which some are very popular. Gatwala Forest Park is one of them. Gatwala wildlife park is situated 20km from the Clock Tower Faisalabad. Unquestionably, it is an attractive place to visit because of the green parks and the wonderful flowing cana

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