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    Khanpur Dam is unguarded with no Covid-19 related limitation on water sports exercises. You can visit the sporting site between 09:00 am in the first part of the day to 5:00 pm in the evening

    Khanpur Dam was based on the guidance of recent President Ayub Khan. An aggregate of Rs 1352 million was put resources into the development interaction.

    It is a city of Pakistan present in the region of Punjab. All the more definitively, it is in the Bahawalpur division in the region, Rahim Yar Khan. It is among the biggest urban communities in the country as far as a populace.

    The development of the Khanpur Dam was completed in 1983. It took an aggregate of 15 years to construct this dam, with consumption of Rs 1385.1 million.

    You can visit Khanpur Dam based on the Haro River in Khanpur city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The city is available a good way off of 50 Km from Islamabad.

    Tarbela Dam in Pakistan is the biggest filled-type dam in Pakistan. The dam has a capacity limit of 11.1 MAF. Tarbela Dam is based on the Indus River at a height of 143 m from the riverbed and has a surface area of 250 square kilometers. The essential capacity of Tarbela Dam is the water system of dry terrains, the creation of Hydroelectric power, and forestalling flooding.

    You can go fishing at the water repository, as there is a unique fishing point. You will observe a few boats on the lakeshore that you can recruit. Get on one and visit different fishing spots in Khanpur Dam Lake.

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    We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.

    We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.

    We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.

    We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view. The 102nd Floor currently has a higher wall, but we are working to make it more accessible to all our visitors.