Patola in Azad Kashmir (region) is a city in Pakistan - about 39 mi (or 63 km) North-East of Islamabad, the country's capital.
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1# Lake Banjosa Rawalakot Poonch District AJK
Lake Banjosa resort near Rawlakot, District Poonch, 5 hours from Dadyal City, Azad Kashmir, in July 2010. Visited in July 2010. The weather was sunny but was cooler than Dadyal. Return via Kotli, scenery of Kotli City at end incl. Poonch River.
2# Chalawara (Kotli Sattian) Village HD Pictures
A beautiful village in Kotli Sattian & Some Pictures from Murree. Hope you like it. Here is my sweet House Pictures. aaqibraja.wordpress.com
3# Murree, Ayubia : Monkeys at Monkey Point
We were there : Another video of the monkeys who gather around the corn sellers at Monkey Point on way to Ayubia. The fun is to be there in winter. You get good privacy and can enjoy with your family. The combination of nail biting cold and having steaming delicious bhutta is something out of this world.
4# Al Syed College
Road Trip To Murre 2010 Of Al Syed College (Johar Town Campus) The Boys Of B.COM II Section "A" were throwing snow at each other & having fun..
7# Nathiagali Church
We were there: Built in the year 1900, during the British era, St. Mathews Church at Nathiagali is a perfect example of Victorian age architecture. Made entirely of wood and located at a beautiful spot in Nathiagali, this church attracts almost every tourist who ventures in the area. I hope and pray that besides the Catholic Board and the authorities concerned, the government of NWFP also looks after the upkeep, maintenance and security of this vital piece of the British legacy.
8# Bagh to Arja Trip with Friends, Bagh Azad Kashmir
Had a wonderful trip from Bagh to Arja and recorded the video after Nauman Pora to Hari Ghel.
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