Dr. Arif Alvi at Pakistan’s First Digital History Museum

 

Pakistani President Dr. Arif Alvi visited the National History Museum of Pakistan with First Lady Samina Alvi. They emphasized the importance of such places to heighten our openness and struggle for freedom.

 

 

The National History Museum is the first digital and interactive museum in Pakistan dedicated to events and artifacts related to the country’s independence. The President of Pakistan emphasized the importance of such places to heighten our openness and struggle for freedom. Dr. Arif Alvi also said that such efforts must be supported in the future. Dr. Arif Alvi and The First Lady of Pakistan were particularly pleased with the exciting visual and acoustic experience that the museum showcased and they appreciated the efforts of the curatorial team.

Regarding his experience, the President In his remarks wrote:

"I have enjoyed visiting this museum of National History. I am very impressed by the work done here by the Citizens Archive of Pakistan. Lahore is a city of great history on the road to Pakistan. This city and this country has to be highlighted for future generations."

National History Museum, Greater Iqbal Park

The National History Museum is a mega-project of Greater Iqbal Park, Phase II, and is digitally represents all aspects of Pakistani history. Scenarios for Pakistan’s movement and land creation are dealt with in different parts of the museum.

It is stated that the digital wall reflects and demonstrates the outstanding features of the Pakistan movement for freedom and fame of the country. The National History Museum in the Greater Iqbal Park will be an important milestone for the culture, history and heritage of the country.

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