Murree & Nathia Gali

      The Murree and Nathia Galliat region is known for its scenic vistas of pine- and oak-covered mountains, criss-crossed with springs and rivulets and dotted with lawns and orchards. On clear days a good view of the snowy peaks of Kashmir is possible, and the crest of Nanga Parbat can sometimes be seen. Tourist attractions in the area include the Murree Wildlife Park and the Ayubia National Park


        Murree's early development was in 1851 by the then President of the Punjab Administrative Board, Sir Henry Lawrence.[] It was originally established for the British troops garrisoned on the Afghan frontier as a sanatorium.] Officially, the municipality was created in 1850.The permanent town of Murree was constructed at Sunny bank in 1853. The church was sanctified in May 1857, and the main road, Jinnah Road, originally known as Mall Road (and still commonly referred to as "The Mall"), was built. The most significant commercial establishments, the Post Office, general merchants with European goods, tailors and millinery, were established opposite the church. Until 1947, access to Mall Road was restricted for "natives" (non-Europeans).

       During British rule Nathia Gali, then part of Abbott bad tehsil of Hazara District, served as the summer head-quarters of the Chief Commissioner of the (then) Peshawar . The town along with Dunga Gali constituted a notified area under the Punjab Municipalities Act, 1891.

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