Great Wall of Sindh

Second Largest Man Made Wall of the World

The great wall of Sindh was built in early 18th century by Talpur Dynasty connecting the rugged hills of Kirthar for defence purpose of Miri Fort and Ranikot Fort is about 35 kms long. Its an enormous artisan work and is one of the largest man made structure of the world. Ideally time to visit is winter since summers are quite hot and it is only favourable in winters to hike on the Great wall of Sindh, which almost takes 5-6 hours. 

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