Islamabad Second Most Beautiful Capital in the World


At the beginning of Pakistan, the first capital of Pakistan was the Karachi and after some year in 1958 Rawalpindi became the capital of Pakistan. On 14 August 1967, exactly after 20 years, Islamabad got selected as the capital of Pakistan. Islamabad is situated in the Pakistan biggest province Punjab. Islamabad was the planned city and designed by the Greek firm of construction A. Doxiadis. The old name of Islamabad was Raj Shahi and Islamabad also called as the name of Margalla because the most beautiful place Margalla hills are located in Islamabad, the most beautiful and charming peoples lived in Margalla hills.


Beautiful capital ever:

Islamabad is the second most beautiful capital in the world, which is located in Pakistan. According to the BBC news, Islamabad is the first most beautiful capital in Asia and the second most charming capital in the world. The most beautiful and charming places of Pakistan located around the Islamabad and also in Islamabad. That’s why Islamabad also was known as the beautiful capital ever.

The beauty of Islamabad:

Islamabad is the most beautiful city in Pakistan, just because of its places. The beauty of Islamabad is Faisal mosque, trial 3 and Pakistan National Monument. Let’s talk about deeply about the beauty of Islamabad.

  • Faisal mosque

The Faisal mosque is the largest mosque in Pakistan and also in South Asia, which is located in Islamabad. This mosque is the fourth largest mosque in the world. The Faisal mosque has been constructed with white marble, which enhanced the beauty of the mosque. The mosque was built in 1986, by the late king of South Asia and it was named with the late King Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz.

Islamabad second most beautiful capital in the world

  • Trial 3

Trial 3 is the most beautiful and oldest hiking track in Islamabad, which starts from the Margala hill road sector f-6 and away to hills step. The road is the most beautiful track in Islamabad decorated with flowers and has a peaceful environment.

  • Pakistan National Monument

The National Monument of Pakistan represents four provinces and three territories of the nation, which is located in Islamabad and enhanced the beauty and importance of Islamabad. The Pakistan National Monument was designed by the famous architect Arif Masood. This monument reflects the development and prosperity of Pakistan in the form of flowers.

Weather of Islamabad:

The weather of Islamabad is divided into five kinds of weather such as Winter (November–February), Spring (March and April), Summer (May and June), Rainy Monsoon (July and August) and Autumn (September and October). In Islamabad, the hottest month is June, the wettest month is July, with heavy rainfall, in the evening thunderstorms with the possibility of cloudburst and flooding. The coolest month is January with snowfall.

Education and health system in Islamabad:

A large number of public and private education systems running in Islamabad. Most of the outsiders of Pakistan came to Islamabad for higher education. Moreover, High schools and colleges are either affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education or with the UK universities education boards, O/A Levels, or IGCSE. According to Academy of Educational Planning and Management’s report, in 2009 there were a total of 913 recognized institutions in Islamabad (31 pre-primary, 2 religious, 367 primary, 162 middle, 250 high, 75 higher secondary and intermediate colleges, and 26-degree colleges). Islamabad also has a high training center for the teacher just because to serve a better education. However, in Islamabad, the health care system also is very good and affordable. The largest hospital Pakistan Institute of Medical Science (PIMS) is located in Islamabad. In this hospital, the treatment of any disease is in lowest price and also free of cost for poor people.

Culture and tradition of Islamabad:

The main religion of Islamabad is Islam and its culture is completely according to Islam. Islamabad is situated near the Pothohar Plateau so that the people of Islamabad also adopted the tradition of Pothohari.

Sports and games in Islamabad:

Islamabad had a vast range of sports and game complex such as Liaquat Gymnasium for indoor games, Mushaf Squash Complex and Jinnah Stadium for outdoor games. The Jinnah stadium is used to regular national and international games and events. In 2004, the SAF games were held in this stadium.