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Northern Sindh is the northern part of the Sindh province of Pakistan.

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Map of Northern Sindh

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  • 1 Mohenjo-daro — an ancient city not to be missed by history buffs
  • Gorakh Hill — coolest place in Sindh, ideal for tourists and nature-lovers
  • Kotdiji Fort - Historical place near Khairpur city
  • Mehrano Wildlife Sanctuary - Near Kotdiji.
  • Faiz Mahal -in Khairpur district city, a symbol of love, built by Talpur Mir for his beloved Baali Beghum.
  • Saadh Belo - On the bank of river Indus.
  • Lab-e-Mehran - In Sukkur

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  • Gorakh Hill (94 km north west of Dadu city). An under-development hill station on one of the highest plateaus of Sindh, at an elevation of 5,688 ft in the Kirthar Mountains Range. Due to the surroundings, it's a unique adventure point for nature lovers.

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