Famously known as The Great Wall of Sindh for its wide stretched ramparts, which resemble The Great Wall of China, Rani Fort is one of the most historical places in Sindh which attracts many visitors from all over the world.
Due to its complex ancient architecture, Rani Fort has also been on the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Rani Fort is near Sann, Jamshoro District, a few miles away from Karachi. One has to cross some off-road tracks to reach this beautiful place.
Attracting visitors and tourists, this huge fort connects several mountains of Kirthar hills. Photo: Wikipedia
Attracting visitors and tourists, this huge fort connects several mountains of Kirthar hills.
According to the local guide of Rani Fort, the wall stretches to as far as 35 kilometers around the beautiful hills.
Speaking to Dunya News, visitors expressed their amazement at the rare beauty of the fort. “This is a beautiful fort. There are so many things to discover here, and it looks like a version of The Great Wall of China,” said one of the visitors.
One of the most sought after historical places of Pakistan, Rani Fort could become the centre of tourism through government initiatives that help preserve this site and promote tourism here.