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Three Swords monument, Karachi

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Situated in the heart of the city, Three Swords monument commemorates Pakistan's founder. The three tall marble swords in the center of the traffic roundabout depict the electoral symbol of the Pakistan People's Party (led by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto). Architect Minoo Mistri's design bears the inscription, "Unity, Faith, Discipline"--founder Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah's credo. Around the monument, the busy downtown buzzes with places to shop for clothes or souvenirs, grab a drink, or have a meal in one of the small local restaurants. Before you head to Karachi, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Karachi tourist route planner, to make sure you see all that Karachi has to offer, including Three Swords monument.
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  • Beautiful monument, sure to drop by. Though not easy to take photos, as it is a busy traffic point.
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  • Three swords monument commonly called "Teen Talwar" is the famous land mark built by the famous prime Minister of Pakistan Z.A.Bhutto along with another landmark "two Swords" (Dou Talwar).This is an i...  read more »
  • One two and three swords were initially three different circles in the Clinton area of Karachi. 3 swords are also known as teen talwar. We often cross this circle whole commuting from my home to Clint...  read more »
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