ToliPeer (Saint's Randezvous) at Azad Kashmir, Pakistan

This place ToliPeer was once Saint's Randezvous. It's top where we can see beautiful and wonderful mountain ranges all around. On one side there is Indian Occupied/disputed Kashmir mountain ranges and on one side there are mountain ranges from Azad Kashmir Pakistan. This place give feeling of infinity. This panorama is special as there is a festival in memorial of Saints.

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Uploaded: 15/07/2011
Updated: 01/09/2014


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