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Revision as of 10:18, 17 July 2010

Sukkur lies on the west bank of Indus River in Sukkur District and is the third largest city of Sindh province, in Pakistan. When Arabs invaded Sukkur (Sindh) in the 8th century(712 A.D.), they found an extreme climate of hot and cold, and called it Saqar, which means intense. Sukkur is nicknamed Darya Dino meaning the gift of river, as without the Indus the city would be a desert.

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By plane

  • Sukkur Airport

By bus

By bus

Get around

By bus

See

  • Rohri
  • Aror (ruins of historical city)
  • Shrine of Syed Sadar-Un-Din Shah
  • Tomb of Shah Khairuddin Jillani
  • Tomb of the Seven Maidens Sateen Jo Aastan
  • Kot Mir Yakoob Ali Shah Rohri
  • Tomb of Abdul Baqi Purani, Ex-Governor of Bukkur.
  • Bukkur Island
  • Tomb of Syed Hakim Ali
  • Minaret of Masum Shah
  • Sadh Belo Temple on River Indus
  • Thermal Power Station Sukkur
  • Lansdowne Bridge Rohri
  • Sukkur (Lloyd) Barrage
  • Lab-e-Mehran
  • Jafry Manzil (on Miani Road)
  • Shahi Bazaar, Frere Road
  • Ayub Gate
  • Ladies and Children Hill Park
  • Looks Parak/Qasim Park
  • Jinnat (Genie's) Building, Old Sukkur
  • Hyderi Masjid, Old Sukkur

Do

  • sultan super store, jinnat bulding old sukkur. 14.


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