This Traveler From Italy Is Going Across Pakistan, Capturing Historic Sites In a Unique Way


Pakistan is a place which has been blessed with unique scenery and a deep cultural history which every international traveler desires to lay their eyes on at least once in their lifetime.

Andrea Angelucci, is one of these travelers, a Rome-based tour guide and he has covered a few places in Pakistan from a unique perspective.

Angelucci is an archaeologist and a tour guide who loves mountaineering and photographing new places.

His visits to various places in Pakistan has produced some splendid pieces of work that we believe all must see!

What he does is that, he draws perfect sketches of the places that he wants to visit, in his journal. He notes down historic facts, anecdotes and notes about those places alongside. Upon visiting those places, he clicks some wonderful shots as well.

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Built around 400 years ago, Wazir Khan Mosque rises within the city walls of Lahore, near the Delhi Gate. It was built by Ilmuddin Wazir Khan over the tomb of a holy man 50 years prior to the Badshahi Mosque, being the largest mosque at the time. During a period where a ruler like Shah Jahan was building structures all over his empire, this mosque was privately financed which makes it even more unique. Wazir Khan Mosque, Lahore, Pakistan. #pakistan #letsgotopakistan #pakistantravel #travelbeautifulpakistan #sketchbook #travelnotes #lahore #asiatravels #viaggiare #appuntidiviaggio #aquarello #sikandertravels #lahorediaries #islamicart #islamicarchitecture #architetturaislamica #marcopolo #walledcitylahore #wazirkhanmosque #travelnotes #walledcityoflahore #punjab #travelbeautifulpakistan #pakistan_pics #lahorefashion #lahorediaries

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The work by Andrea Angelucci perfectly encapsulates the richness and diversity of culture and heritage and is guaranteed to make you fall in love with his work!


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