Pakistan is located in the northwest of the South Asian
subcontinent, bordering on the Arabian Sea in the south,
India in the East, the people's Republic of China in the
northeast, Afghanistan in the northwest and Iran in the West.
The coastline is 980 kilometers long. The southern part
has a tropical climate and the rest belongs to subtropical
climate. The capital is Islamabad, the former capital
Karachi is the largest city.
Pakistan's administrative divisions include four
provinces and one federal region (capital in brackets)
and two special zones of Kashmir; each province is
divided into 105 counties, and counties are further
divided into townships.
Islamabad is one of the youngest modern cities in the
world and the capital with traditional Islamic color.
It is located in the northeast of the potwar plateau,
more than 600 meters above sea level, back to Mt. margara,
east of the clear lake Laval, south with
green hills, pleasant climate, beautiful scenery,
1300 kilometers away from the sea. The former capital
In 1959, the Pakistani government decided to build a
new capital here. In 1967, the capital was officially
moved here. In 1970, it was basically completed with
a population of 1.5 million. The Rose of Southern city
and the Shakbari Mountain in Jasmine Park are important