Noteworthy fans of extreme entertainment and Hussaini Bridge, located in Pakistan. It was designed to cross the Guntsy River, the current bridge is the second one. The fact is that windy weather is typical for this area, and therefore the first bridge constructed from thin ropes and boards was almost completely destroyed. Its surviving elements can still be seen next to the active bridge, which only adds excitement to tourists. The construction of the second bridge is also not reliable, it was built from the simplest materials - ropes and boards. The Hussaini Bridge is very old, even the locals do not remember the exact date of its construction. Over the years of use, many boards have failed, and the gaps between the remaining boards have become quite impressive. Huge holes in the bridge and an icy wind that does not stop blowing literally for a minute make crossing the Guntsy River incredibly dangerous. The Hussaini Bridge is located near the village of the same name, according to the recollections of local residents, at least ten people died during the crossing. It is he who is considered the most dangerous bridge in the world, the constant cold wind that blows from the Karakorum Mountains makes crossing it even more dangerous.
The Pakistani fortified city of Lahore also became famous all over the world. This city was founded over a thousand years ago, and reached its peak in the 16th-17th centuries, when it was the capital of the Mughal Empire. A huge number of tourists visit the city with the sole purpose of seeing its luxurious architectural complex - the Shakhi-Kila fortress. It was built at the beginning of the 17th century and is located in the very center of the city. Recently, this architectural object was taken under the protection of UNESCO. Behind the fortress walls of this large-scale complex, architectural monuments of incredible beauty are hidden, including the Pearl Mosque and the Mirror Palace. Having studied all the sights of the ancient fortress, you should definitely take a walk through the beautiful gardens of Lahore. One of the largest and most beautiful is the Khazuri-Bagh garden, which is looked after daily by professional florists. Lahore is known to many thanks to the prominent Muslim landmark located here - the Badshahi Mosque. It was also built in the Middle Ages and to this day remains the second largest mosque in the country. Among other interesting monuments to visit, it is worth highlighting the Mausoleum of Ranjit Singh. In Lahore, both daytime and evening excursions are conducted for vacationers. With the onset of darkness, some of its architectural monuments are decorated with spectacular illumination. Despite its considerable age and an abundance of historical monuments, Lahore is a dynamic modern city with hundreds of hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment centers.
n the northern part of Pakistan, on the territory of the Deosai National Park, there is a fabulously beautiful Lake Sheosar. It gained popularity among tourists precisely because of its crystal clear water. For hundreds of years, this lake has remained one of the cleanest reservoirs on the planet. The maximum depth of this lake is 40 meters, its length reaches 2.3 km, and its width is 1.8 km. This lake is located in a very remote mountainous area, at an altitude of 4,142 meters above sea level.
For travelers, both car and walking tours of the nature reserve are organized. It takes only a few hours to get to the hard-to-reach mountainous area by jeep, while the walk usually takes at least two days. It is best for nature lovers to walk around the reserve on foot; there are several specially designated areas on its territory where you can set up a tent camp.
The best time to visit the beautiful lake and walk around the reserve is the period from the beginning of June to the end of September, at which time the plateaus surrounding the lake are covered with carpets of bright colors. Butterflies are one of the main inhabitants of these picturesque places; there are several dozen species of them here. Already in November, a beautiful valley and a lake hides snow under its thickness, it completely disappears only by May. During the cold season, excursions around the reserve are not carried out.
Another major fault in the earth's crust formed a few years ago in Pakistan, in the Sigi region. The population in this area is very low, so there were no mass media announcements after the discovery of this geological anomaly. The presence of a fault, the length of which is several hundred meters, became known to the world community quite by accident, after the appearance of a video on one of the major international sites.
The author of the video filmed a huge crack, just walking along it from beginning to end. In some places, the width of the fault exceeds 50 cm, and in some it is no more than a centimeter. Since no formal investigation of the fault has been made, the exact depth and extent of the fault is unknown. The area in which the fault was formed is characterized by the predominance of dry sandy soil. Doji falls very rarely in this area, so the influence of precipitation on the formation of such faults is excluded. There is a fault in the vicinity of the city of Gulistan, many residents of which learned about the appearance of a geological anomaly near their city, also after the video was published on the Internet.
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