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shopping mall
The Centaurus Mall also includes entertainment in the form of a play area for children, known as "Fun City[7]", and a movie cinema, known as "The Centaurus Cinema[8]", which shows some of the latest Lollywood and Hollywood movies. Both the play area and the cinema are located on the fourth floor of the mall.cated on the fourth floor, The Centaurus food court offers plenty of food options for shoppers, as there is a wide variety of restaurants and fast food chains such as McDonald's, Subway, Hardee's, Tayto, OPTP, Chachajee, and others.[9] International coffee shops and cafes such as Gloria Jeans, Cinnabon, Second Cup, and Pappa Roti,[10] are also located throughout the mall. Moreover, there are plenty of snack, drink, and ice cream booths in the food court and littered throughout the mall that offer drinks, slushies, popcorn, cotton candy, dry fruits, and nuts.moreover it has all brands outlet and people prefer to do shopping
Centaurus Mall Islamabad
Plot 1, Jinnah Avenue, Sector F-8, Islamabad, Pakistan.
The Centaurus Mall also includes entertainment in the form of a play area for children, known as "Fun City[7]", and a movie cinema, known as "The Centaurus Cinema[8]", which shows some of the latest Lollywood and Hollywood movies. Both the play area and the cinema are located on the fourth floor of the mall.cated on the fourth floor, The Centaurus food court offers plenty of food options for shoppers, as there is a wide variety of restaurants and fast food chains such as McDonald's, Subway, Hardee's, Tayto, OPTP, Chachajee, and others.[9] International coffee shops and cafes such as Gloria Jeans, Cinnabon, Second Cup, and Pappa Roti,[10] are also located throughout the mall. Moreover, there are plenty of snack, drink, and ice cream booths in the food court and littered throughout the mall that offer drinks, slushies, popcorn, cotton candy, dry fruits, and nuts.moreover it has all brands outlet and people prefer to do shopping
Neighborhoods
f10 is nearest to e11 sector,it has all fastfood,desi tarka and international brands food chain resturants.there are plenty of shops if anyone wants to buy branded clothes for kids adults of everytype.it has famous sweets bakeris as well as many banks and currency exchange
F-10 Markaz
f10 is nearest to e11 sector,it has all fastfood,desi tarka and international brands food chain resturants.there are plenty of shops if anyone wants to buy branded clothes for kids adults of everytype.it has famous sweets bakeris as well as many banks and currency exchange
Sightseeing
Faisal Mosque (Urdu: فیصل مسجد‎) is a mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan. It is located on the foothills of Margalla Hills in Islamabad, the mosque features a contemporary design consisting of eight sides of concrete shell and is inspired by a Bedouin tent.[1] The mosque is a major tourist attraction, and is referred as a contemporary and influential feature of Islamic architecture.[2][3] Construction of the mosque began in 1976 after a $120 million grant from Saudi King Faisal, whose name the mosque bears. The unconventional design by Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay was selected after an international competition.[4] Without a typical dome, the mosque is shaped like a Bedouin tent, surrounded by four 260 feet (79 m) tall minarets. The design features eight-sided shell shaped sloping roofs forming a triangular worship hall which can hold 10,000 worshippers.[5] Combined the structure covers an area of 54,000 square ft, the mosque dominates the landscape of Islamabad.[6] It is situated at the north end of Faisal Avenue, putting it at the northernmost end of the city and at the foot of Margalla Hills, the westernmost foothills of the Himalayas. It is located on an elevated area of land against a picturesque backdrop of the national park. The largest mosque in Pakistan, the Faisal Mosque was the largest mosque in the world from 1986 until 1993, when it was overtaken by mosques in MENA region. Faisal Mosque is now the fourth largest mosque in terms of capacity
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Faisal Mosque
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Faisal Mosque (Urdu: فیصل مسجد‎) is a mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan. It is located on the foothills of Margalla Hills in Islamabad, the mosque features a contemporary design consisting of eight sides of concrete shell and is inspired by a Bedouin tent.[1] The mosque is a major tourist attraction, and is referred as a contemporary and influential feature of Islamic architecture.[2][3] Construction of the mosque began in 1976 after a $120 million grant from Saudi King Faisal, whose name the mosque bears. The unconventional design by Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay was selected after an international competition.[4] Without a typical dome, the mosque is shaped like a Bedouin tent, surrounded by four 260 feet (79 m) tall minarets. The design features eight-sided shell shaped sloping roofs forming a triangular worship hall which can hold 10,000 worshippers.[5] Combined the structure covers an area of 54,000 square ft, the mosque dominates the landscape of Islamabad.[6] It is situated at the north end of Faisal Avenue, putting it at the northernmost end of the city and at the foot of Margalla Hills, the westernmost foothills of the Himalayas. It is located on an elevated area of land against a picturesque backdrop of the national park. The largest mosque in Pakistan, the Faisal Mosque was the largest mosque in the world from 1986 until 1993, when it was overtaken by mosques in MENA region. Faisal Mosque is now the fourth largest mosque in terms of capacity
Daman-e-Koh is a viewing point and hilltop garden of Islamabad and located in the middle of the Margalla Hills. Its name is in Persian, which means foot hills. It is about 2400 ft from sea level and almost 500 ft from the city of Islamabad. It is a popular destination for the residents as well as the visitors to the capital. Daman-e-Koh is a midpoint for tourists on their way to the higher view point Pir Sohawa which is located at the top of Margalla Hills at an elevation of about 3600 ft. There is a plan to construct a chairlift from Daman-e-Koh to Pir Sohawa. Monkeys are a common sight during winter. Cheetahs are frequently reported to descend from higher hills of Murree during snowfall.
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Daman -e- Koh
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Daman-e-Koh is a viewing point and hilltop garden of Islamabad and located in the middle of the Margalla Hills. Its name is in Persian, which means foot hills. It is about 2400 ft from sea level and almost 500 ft from the city of Islamabad. It is a popular destination for the residents as well as the visitors to the capital. Daman-e-Koh is a midpoint for tourists on their way to the higher view point Pir Sohawa which is located at the top of Margalla Hills at an elevation of about 3600 ft. There is a plan to construct a chairlift from Daman-e-Koh to Pir Sohawa. Monkeys are a common sight during winter. Cheetahs are frequently reported to descend from higher hills of Murree during snowfall.
family park
F-9 Park or also known as Fatima Jinnah Park is very famous among locals and visitors. Fatima Jinnah Park's vast area is mostly covered by greenery, with a few man-made structures setting up the landscape. Its a huge park with number of walking tracks, playing fields and sitting areas. Its a lush green park with many fountains and ponds. Good for family and kids to relax and have a quality time. There is an entrance fee but very less - Rs 20, that includes the parking of vehicle as well. If you havent been there yet, kick yourself and visit.One of the largest public parks in Pakistan where people have free access and can enjoy their stay. There are a lot of facilities--playgrounds for younger children, walking tracks for people, sitting places for people interested in sitting out on the green, restaurants of various types and the lots of Public Toilets. A place worth visiting and enjoying especially in good weather.
Fatima Jinnah /Capital / F-9 Park
F-9 Park or also known as Fatima Jinnah Park is very famous among locals and visitors. Fatima Jinnah Park's vast area is mostly covered by greenery, with a few man-made structures setting up the landscape. Its a huge park with number of walking tracks, playing fields and sitting areas. Its a lush green park with many fountains and ponds. Good for family and kids to relax and have a quality time. There is an entrance fee but very less - Rs 20, that includes the parking of vehicle as well. If you havent been there yet, kick yourself and visit.One of the largest public parks in Pakistan where people have free access and can enjoy their stay. There are a lot of facilities--playgrounds for younger children, walking tracks for people, sitting places for people interested in sitting out on the green, restaurants of various types and the lots of Public Toilets. A place worth visiting and enjoying especially in good weather.

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Getting around
10 MUST VISIT PLACES IN ISLAMABAD
It is no wonder it is considered the 2nd most beautiful capital in the world. 1. Lok Virsa Museum 2. Pakistan Monument 3.Saidpur Village 4.Faisal Mosque 5. Rawal Lake 6. Margalla Hills 7. Islamabad Club 8. Monal 9. Hotspot 10. Jinnah Supermarket