Mianr-e-Pakistan is a tower which was build to commemorate the Pakistan resolution.
It is built at the same site where Quaid-e-Azam was seated during the event.
The foundation stone was laid on 23 march 1940.
It is located at Iqbal Park, Lahore, Paksitan
The tower, which is a beautiful blend of mughal and modern architecture.
Nasreddin Murat-Khan a rusian born Pakistani Architect and civil engineer.
The construction work of Minar-e-Pakistan was started in 1960 and it continued for eight years. The estimated construction cost on Minar-e-Pakistan was Rs 7.5 million
Date of completion
Minar-e-Pakistan was completed on 21 October 1960. It was, finally, opened to the public on 31 Oct 1968.
Minar-e-Pakistan has a height of 62 meter (230 feet)
31.5925° N, 74.3095° E