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Pakistan’s capital ISLAMABAD nestles against the backdrop of Margalla Hills at the northern end of the Potohar Plateau. It symbolizes the aspirations of a young and dynamic nation that looks forward to a glorious future for its people. Islamabad is a city which welcomes modern ideas but, at the same time recognizes and cherishes traditional values and the past history of its people. Modern, spacious and carefully planned, is a city of wide, tree-lined streets, large houses, elegant public buildings and well organized bazaars. From shopping centers to eateries, you will find it all here. Apart from all the modern amenities, Islamabad is a neighbor to quite a few historical sites. Among them are: Rawalpindi, Margallah Pass, Taxila, Wah Gardens, Gurudwara Panja Sahib in Hasan Abdal, Saidpur VillageRawal Lake and Murree Hills