visitors, followed by Moenjodaro 4.6 percent, Taxila 3.0 percent,
Islamabad 2.9 percent, Hyderabad 1.8 percent, Sheikhupura 1.6
percent and Harappa 1.2 percent. Relatively fewer visitors visited
Banbhore, Hunza, Swat, Sialkot, Umer Kot, Peshawar, Takht-e-Bahi,
historical places in 2004 and attracted 1.205 million visitors that is
63.5 percent of visitors to all historical places, followed by Shalamar
Garden 0.535 million or 28.2 percent. The magnificent tomb of King
Jahangir shared 0.100 million or 5.3 percent and Hiran Minar
attracted 0.041 million or 2.2 percent. While historical places Baltit
Fort, Hunza, Northern Areas attracted 0.015 million or 0.8 percent of
total visitors only.
percent), followed by Taxila Museum (13.8 percent), Sindh Provincial
Museum, Hyderabad (8.2 percent), Pakistan Museum of Natural
History, Islamabad (7.3 percent), Heritage Museum Islamabad (5.8
percent), Archaeological Museum Harappa Sahiwal (5.6 percent),
National Museum, Karachi (2.6 percent). Combined together these
seven Museums, attracted (91.9 percent), of the over-all visitors to
Museums, Archaeological Museum of Saidu Sharif Swat (1.9
percent), Quaid-i-Azam Birth Place Museum Karachi (1.6 percent),
Allama Iqbal Museum Sialkot (1.5 percent), Peshawar Museum
Peshawar (0.9 percent), Allama Iqbal Museum Lahore 1.0 percent.
Quaid-i-Azam House Museum Karachi (0.7 percent) and Dir Museum
Chak Dara (0.5 percent).
archaeological sites and received 79.11 percent of the total visitors,
followed by Banbhore 13.1 percent, Umer Kot 5.2 percent and Takht-
e-Bahi 2.6 percent.
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