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Hunza valley becomes Asia’s first plastic free zone 2020-01-28

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Source: 
Chitral News

Hunza Valley has become Pakistan’s first plastic-free area and district — Malik Amin Aslam.

PTI Govt. is planning to replicate the success of the project in other provinces.
“Hunza district has been declared a plastic-free zone while on the other hand Hunza valley has become the first district in Asia to be plastic-bag free,” said Aslam. “The people of Hunza deserve congratulations for implementing the ban. I hope they will continue cooperating with the administration to keep the city clean and free of plastic bags,”

Prince Rahim Aga Khan seen in an Ismaili shop in Hunza 2018-10-29

Prince Rahim Aga Khan seen in an Ismaili shop in Hunza  2018-10-29

Prince Rahim Aga Khan seen in an Ismaili shop in Hunza 2018-10-29

THE AGA KHAN VISITS THE RECENTLY RESTORED BALTIT FORT IN THE HIMALAYAS 1996-01-01

THE AGA KHAN VISITS THE RECENTLY RESTORED BALTIT FORT IN THE HIMALAYAS 1996-01-01

THE AGA KHAN VISITS THE RECENTLY RESTORED BALTIT FORT IN THE HIMALAYAS 1996-01-01

Nasir Abad Jamatkhana, Hunza, Northern Areas, Pakistan

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AN ARCHITECTURAL MARVEL</I> - 2005-08-04

Baltit Fort on the terraced slopes of Hunza, Northern Pakistan

In a conservation effort that took nearly a decade to complete, one NGO has undertaken the comprehensive restoration and repair of Baltit Fort, making it a beautiful and functional building, writes Fauzia Husain. Nestled high in the mountains and surrounded by unrivalled vistas of rugged terrain, stands a 700-year-old fort which has been witness to the socio-cultural history of a resilient people, and to a remarkable feat of modern day conservation.

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2006-11-03-afp1

2006, November 03 - Northern Areas, Pakistan: Fri Nov 3, 3:04 PM - Britain's Prince Charles (2L) and his wife Camilla (C) and Paris-based Prince Karim Aga Khan (R) visit the residential area of 900-year-old fort in Altit Fort, Pakistan.

Source: 
AFP


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