Jinnah Convention Center
Jinnah Convention Centre is the largest exhibition and convention centre of Pakistan, located in the capital city of Islamabad. It is one of the landmarks of Islamabad. It hosts most of the large scale conventions, events, meeting and exhibitions in Islamabad. The convention center is named after founder of nation Quid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. It was inaugurated in 1997 at the First Extraordinary Summit of OIC (Organisation of Islamic Conference).
It is perched at one end of Constitution Avenue, is the ideally located venue for any important convention of meeting, It is also known as the National Convention Centre,
Jinnah Convention Centre is used for exhibitions and summits by both the public and private sectors –
For making a reservation one needs to plan and get in touch with the officials at the CDS (Capital Development Authority) One needs to present synopsis of the event scope and other official documents to get a quote for holding an exhibition, meeting or event a the Islamabad Convention center.
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A senior official of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), which manages the centre, said that soon after its inauguration in 1997, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government at the time had demonstrated an intent to sell this prime piece of real estate. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif used the centre in 1997 – during his second stint as prime minister – to host that year’s Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) summit.
Interior view of the convention center
An Other Interior view
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