Most of the monuments need restoration Floods threaten the historical heritage of Pakistan Most of the monuments need restoration Floods threaten the historical heritage of Pakistan

Most of the monuments need restoration Floods threaten the historical heritage of Pakistan

Most of the monuments need restoration Floods threaten the historical heritage of Pakistan Pakistani media said that the damage caused by the floods affected archaeological monuments in various regions of the state of Sindh, as most of them are in need of restoration.  The historical heritage in Pakistan is under threat from the floods that are sweeping large parts of the country due to the continuous heavy rains since the middle of last month.  According to the Pakistani press, the damage caused by the floods affected archaeological monuments in various regions of Sindh, where most of them are in need of restoration.  The most prominent monuments damaged by floods are castles, mausoleums and ancient cities.  In Larkana state, floods damaged the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro, which dates back 5,000 years.  The floods caused the walls of Mohenjo Daro, one of the most prominent cities of the Indus civilization, to tilt.  Among the monuments damaged by the floods is the "Makley Monuments", which is inscribed on the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).  The death toll from the floods that have swept most of Pakistan since mid-June has reached 1,162 dead and 3,554 injured, according to the National Disaster Management Authority on Tuesday.

Pakistani media said that the damage caused by the floods affected archaeological monuments in various regions of the state of Sindh, as most of them are in need of restoration.

The historical heritage in Pakistan is under threat from the floods that are sweeping large parts of the country due to the continuous heavy rains since the middle of last month.

According to the Pakistani press, the damage caused by the floods affected archaeological monuments in various regions of Sindh, where most of them are in need of restoration.

The most prominent monuments damaged by floods are castles, mausoleums and ancient cities.

In Larkana state, floods damaged the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro, which dates back 5,000 years.

The floods caused the walls of Mohenjo Daro, one of the most prominent cities of the Indus civilization, to tilt.

Among the monuments damaged by the floods is the "Makley Monuments", which is inscribed on the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The death toll from the floods that have swept most of Pakistan since mid-June has reached 1,162 dead and 3,554 injured, according to the National Disaster Management Authority on Tuesday.

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