The Mall, Lahore

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The Mall
Maintained by City District Government Lahore
Length 8 km (5 mi)
Location Lahore, Pakistan[1]
Coordinates 31°33′22″N 74°19′48″E / 31.5561°N 74.3301°E / 31.5561; 74.3301
West end Lower Mall
East end Aziz Bhatti Road
Flowers on the Mall

The Mall in Lahore, Pakistan (also known as "Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam"), is one of Lahore's primary and most famous roads. It was constructed under the British Raj and was named after The Mall in London.

Green patch near Anarkali Stop on Mall Road.

The Mall holds significant historical and cultural value, as most of the buildings lining the road are a collection of Mughal and colonial-era architecture, the majority of them built during the British Raj era.[2] This area has many official houses of high-ranking dignitaries.


Places of historical, cultural and recreational significance on The Mall include:


See also


  1. ^ Google maps. "Location of Mall Road". Google maps. Retrieved 24 September 2013. 
  2. ^ Jan Morris and Simon Winchester (2005). Stones of Empire: The Buildings of the Raj. Oxford University Press. pp. 203–205. ISBN 978-0-19-280596-6. 
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