Spectrum Guide to Pakistan
Interlink Books, 1998 - Travel - 359 pages
Pakistan, the land of Mughals, is rich in legend and myth. Here the Chinese explorers came to discover Buddhism, and Alexander the Great marched with his armies to the Arabian Sea. This guide offers visitors a fascinating look inside the borders, revealing in words and in more than 200 full-color photos Pakistan's many treasures.
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