The Golden Mosque of Old Lahore

History, Lahore

The Golden Moque, commonly known as Sunheri Masjid, is located in the centre of Old City of Lahore, Pakistan. It was built in 1753 by Nawab Syed Bhikari Khan son of Raushan-ud-Daula Turrabaz Khan, deputy governor of Lahore during the reign of Muhammad Shah. It is situated in the old Kashmiri Bazaar along the Royal Road leading from Dehli Gate to the Lahore Fort.

The mosque is famous for its three brass domes and is popular with tourists from across the globe.

You can view photos of The Golden Mosque of Lahore here.


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