Today, I am sharing 10 Places as the rationale which make it clear that why Pakistan and Ireland seem like Twin Countries. Have a look at my collection of indagation.
The Sheosar Lake on the Deosai Plains and the Conor Pass on the Dingle Peninsula are one of those places in Pakistan and Ireland that will take your breath away without fail, no matter how many times you’ve seen it.
|Sheosar Lake, Pakistan|
|Conor Pass, Ireland|
Fairy tales come true in fairy lands, The Pir Chanaci, Muzaffarabad and Kingdom of Kerry feel like two places of world up above the clouds in these photos.
|Pir Chanaci, Muzaffarabad, Pakistan|
|Kingdom of Kerry, Ireland|
Some streets are also look-alike
|Food Street, Lahore|
|Street, Dublin 2|
The Milky-way can occasionally be seen up in the tip-top of both countries especially when the weather is clear in night
|Fairy Meadows, Pakistan|
|Northern Lights, Ireland|
The Cliffs of Moher and Ormara as the shores of beach
|The Cliffs of Moher, Ireland|
|The Cliffs of Ormara, Pakistan|
The two tree lined roads are quite similar to the roads of Game of Thrones, one is named as Dark Hedges in County Antrim in Northern Ireland and the other is in Margalla Hills, Islamabad, Pakistan.
|Margalla Hills, Pakistan|
|Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland|
Sudhan Gali, Bagh and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridges, lets you mix adventure with a spectacular landscapes
|Sudhan Gali, Bagh,Pakistan|
|Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge|
Inis Meain, with its handmade stone walls, and Taxila is an important archaeological site in Rawalpindi District, retain that feel of bygone eras
|Inis Meain, Ireland|
Even the Animals are humble
|Baagh, AJK, Pakistan|
The rural photos steal the show but the urban have their own style, beauty and elegance like Dublin and Karachi